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Torre del Águila Dam

Water Dams in Sevilla

Torre del Águila Dam

The Torre del Aguila dam and reservoir is located in the municipalities of Utrera, El Coronil and Montellano, in the province of Seville. The reservoir was created by damming the Arroyo Salado de Morón River.

The reservoir belong to the Hydrographic Confederation of the Guadalquivir (Seville area) and was built in 1947.

Features

The reservoir covers an area of 479 km2, has an average annual rainfall of 743 mm and an average annual contribution of 83,6 hm3.

The type of the Torre del Aguila Dam is compacted earth with core of clay and masonry in the interior of the dam, has a coronation length of 290 m and a height above the bed of 29 m.

The reservoir of Torre del Aguila has a capacity of 70 hm3 and a surface of 993 hectares.

Uses: Irrigation

Dam of Torre del Águila - Torre del Águila Reservoir

Presa de Torre del Águila - Embalse de Torre del Águila - Pantano de Torre del Águila

Presa de Torre del Águila - Embalse de Torre del Águila - Pantano de Torre del Águila


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