El Tranco de Beas Dam

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El Tranco de Beas Dam
Sierra de Cazorla - Pantano del Tranco.jpg
View of the reservoir
Location Hornos
Coordinates 38°8′0″N 2°47′0″W / 38.13333°N 2.78333°W / 38.13333; -2.78333Coordinates: 38°8′0″N 2°47′0″W / 38.13333°N 2.78333°W / 38.13333; -2.78333
Type reservoir
Primary inflows Guadalquivir
Basin countries Spain
Built 1929 (1929)
First flooded 1948
Surface area 1,800 ha (4,400 acres)
Water volume 498 hm3 (404,000 acre·ft)
Surface elevation 670 m (2,200 ft)

El Tranco de Beas Dam, also known as Pantano del Tranco is a reservoir across the high Guadalquivir[1] in the Sierra de Segura range, Andalusia, Spain.

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