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Navalmoral de la Mata Dam and Reservoir

Presas de Embalse en Caceres

Navalmoral de la Mata Dam and Reservoir

Navalmoral de la Mata Dam was built in 1992 on the bed of the Arroyo del Baldio Torreseca in the municipality of Jarandilla de la Vera, Extremadura, Spain.

Homogeneous loose materials dam with a height from foundations of 23 meters and a crest lenght of 140 meters.

Navalmoral de la Mata Reservoir belongs to the Cuenca Hidrográfica del Tajo and has a capacity of 2,830 hm3, its basin has a surface of 17,5 km2 and an annual average contribution of 11 hm3.

Uses

Irrigation

Navalmoral de la Mata – Dique del Collado

River: Arroyo del Baldío de Torreseca
Municipality: Jarandilla de la Vera
Hydrographic Basin: Tajo
Province: Cáceres
Dam type: Homogeneous loose materials
Cota of coronation: 335 meters
Height from foundations: 9 meters
Coronation lenght: 118 m

Navalmoral de la Mata Dam and Reservoir - Jarandilla de la Vera

Navalmoral de la Mata Dam and Reservoir - Jarandilla de la Vera

Other nearby dams

Valdecañas Dam | Jerte Dam

Distances from Jarandilla de la Vera

Talayuela 21 km
Tornavacas 71 km
Navaconsejo 56 km
Losar de la Vera 6 km
Tiétar del Caudillo 25 km
Casas del Castañar 43 km
Villanueva de la Vera 22 km

About Jarandilla de la Vera

Jarandilla de la Vera is located north of the Cáceres province, one of the most picturesque towns in the region. Jarandilla rises between mountains and gorges, in a privileged natural environment.

The Region of La Vera, with it, the place where the current Jarandilla is located  belonged to the ancient Lusitania. Thre pre-Roman towns that occupied this region left numerous remains, including cave paintings, military settlements, tombs and ceramic pieces, among others.


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