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|Primary inflows||Tuma River|
|Primary outflows||Tuma River|
|Surface area||51 km2 (20 sq mi)|
|Official name||Lago de Apanás-Asturias|
|Designated||November 8, 2001|
Lake Apanás is a reservoir located in northern Nicaragua and formed by Mancotal Dam on the Tuma River to the north of Jinotega department (border with Honduras). The reservoir has an area of 51 square kilometers.
It is a source of much of nation's hydropower for the Centro América Power Plant.
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