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Presas de Embalse en Badajoz

Valdecaballeros Dam and Reservoir

Presas de Embalse en Badajoz

Valdecaballeros Dam and Reservoir

Valdecaballeros Dam was built in 1984 on the bed of Guadalupejo river, in the municipality of Valdecaballeros, Badajoz, in Extremadura, Spain.

Valdecaballeros is a gravity dam with straight plant, a height from foundatios of 36 meters and a crest lenght of 487 meters. The dam has two spillways for flood evacuation.

Valdecaballeros reservoir has a capacity of 71 hm3 and its waters supposedly serve to cool the unfinished Valdecaballeros Nuclear Central.

Valdecaballeros Reservoir belongs to the Cuenca Hidrográfica del Guadiana. Its basin covers an area of 406 km2 and has an average annual contribution of 83 hm3.

Uses

Industrial

Valdecaballeros Dam and Reservoir

Valdecaballeros Dam and Reservoir

Other reservoirs near by

José María de Oriol Reservoir | Zújar Reservoir | La Serena Dam

Distances from Valdecaballeros

Cañamero 29 km
Castilblanco 12 km
Herrera del Duque 26 km
Casas de Don Pedro 37 km
Casa de Valdepalacios 38 km
Helechosa de los Montes 39 km

About Valdecaballeros Municipality

Valdecaballeros is located to the south west of Castiblanco, on the left bank of the Guadiana, occupying one of the edges of Siberia, on the border with the Villuercas domains.

Access to the town is currently via a well-built road, albeit a winding one, which runs along the edge of the García Sola or Puerto Peña reservoir, between places of extraordinary scenic splendor.

The first documentary historical data is from the donation made by King Sancho IV, on May 15, 1293, to Talavera of three pastures, which included what was later called Dehesa de los Guadalupes, in whose territory already the place of Halia was found and those of Castilblanco and Valdecaballeros were created and repopulated.


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