Dams in France

2017-07-30T13:55:33+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Schiessrothried, Le Truel (power station), Roselend Dam, La Jourdanie (power station), Lac du Verney, Sivens Dam, Pinet (power station), Marèges Dam, Tignes Dam, Bissorte Dam, Donzère-Mondragon Dam, Génissiat Dam, La Coche Power Station, Grand'Maison Dam, Glanum Dam flashcards Dams in France
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  • Schiessrothried
    Schiessrothried is a small lake in the Alsatian side of the Vosges, of glacial origin.
  • Le Truel (power station)
    Le Truel is a barrage and hydroelectric power station on the River Tarn in Le Truel in Aveyron, southern France.
  • Roselend Dam
    The Roselend Dam is an arch-buttress dam located 5 km (3 mi) east of Beaufort in the Savoie department of the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France.
  • La Jourdanie (power station)
    La Jourdanie is a barrage and hydroelectric power station on the River Tarn in Broquiès in Aveyron, southern France.
  • Lac du Verney
    Lac du Verney is an artificial reservoir in the department of Isère, in the Rhône-Alpes of France.
  • Sivens Dam
    Sivens Dam, (Barrage de Sivens), is a dam which, as of 2014, is under construction across the River Tescou, a tributary of the River Tarn in the basin of the Garonne in Southern France.
  • Pinet (power station)
    Pinet is a barrage and hydroelectric power station on the River Tarn in Saint-Victor-et-Melvieu in Aveyron, southern France.
  • Marèges Dam
    The Marèges Dam is a concrete arch dam on the Dordogne River.
  • Tignes Dam
    The Tignes Dam, also known as the Chevril Dam, is an arch dam on the Isère River in the municipality of Tignes in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France.
  • Bissorte Dam
    The Bissorte Dam (French: Barrage de Bissorte) is a gravity dam in the Maurienne Valley, in Savoie, France, about 7 km (4.3 mi) east of Valmeinier.
  • Donzère-Mondragon Dam
    The Donzère-Mondragon Dam (or André-Blondel dam), located in the French commune of Bollène-Écluse) is a hydroelectric dam and lock built in 1952 at the southern end of the Donzère-Mondragon canal, in the Vaucluse department in France.
  • Génissiat Dam
    The Génissiat dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Rhône in France near the village of Injoux-Génissiat.
  • La Coche Power Station
    La Coche Power Station (French: Centrale de la Coche), also known as Sainte-Hélène la Coche, is a hydroelectric power plant in the commune of Aigueblanche (near Moûtiers), in Savoie, France.
  • Grand'Maison Dam
    The Grand'Maison Dam is an embankment dam on L'Eau d'Olle, a tributary of the Romanche River.
  • Glanum Dam
    The Glanum Dam, also known as the Vallon de Baume dam, was a Roman arch dam built to supply water to the Roman town of Glanum, the remains of which stand outside the town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in south-west France.