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Celemin Dam

Water Dams in Cádiz

Celemin Dam & Reservoir

The Celemín Dam & Reservoir belong to the Cuenca Atlántica Andaluza (Andalusian Atlantic Basin), located in the municipality of Medina Sidonia, in the Natural Park of Los Alcornocales, province of Cadiz.

River: Celemín
Type of Dam: Straight Gravity Dam
Construction Year: 1.972
Surface: 473 hectares.
Capacity: 43 hm3

The Celemín river rises northern Sierra Blanquilla in Medina Sidonia, 400 m (meters above sea level).

In Charcones, about 5 km from Benalup-Casas Viejas, joins the Barbate river.It has a distance of 25 km and its main tributaries are on the right, the Carpio stream, the Charcones stream and on the left the San Fernando stream and the Valley of the Ravine throat.Presa de Celemín


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Presa de Celemín

Celemín Aliviadero (Spillway) – Dique del Collado (Foto Abajo)

River: Celemín
Dam Type: Gravity and straight plant
Built year: 1.972
Surface: 473 hectareas.
Capacity: 43 hm3
Coronation Cota: 35 m
Height from foundations: 25 m
Crest Lenght: 115 m

Presa de Celemín

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