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|Surface area||14 km²|
|Water volume||195 hm3|
Both the lake and the nearby power station (Sigölduvirkjun) take their names from a tuff ridge at about 600 m above sea level where the river Tungnaá once passed through a canyon. Its waters now flow in tubes into the power station, constructed between 1973 and 1977.
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