Water diversion of Shuibuya Dam - Stock image

China - East Asia, Concrete, Hubei Province, Hydroelectric Power Station, Power Station

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Stock photo ID:184609269
Upload date:October 11, 2013

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The Shuibuya Dam is a concrete-face rock-fill embankment dam on the Qingjiang River in Badong County, Enshi, Hubei Province, China. The purpose of the dam is mainly hydroelectricity but it also promotes flood control, navigation, tourism and fishery. At 233 m (764 ft) tall and containing 15,640,000 m3 (20,460,000 cu yd) of material, it is the tallest concrete face rock-fill dam in the world.
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