Thác Bà Lake
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The Thác Bà Lake (Hồ Thác Bà) is a manmade lake in Vietnam created by construction of the Thác Bà hydroelectric plant in the 1960s. Thác Bà is the name of the Bà Falls which pre-existed the dam (cf. Vietnamese: thác nước, waterfall).
- The Politics of Environment in Southeast Asia - Page 59 Philip Hirsch, Carol Warren - 2002 "Three other dams also contribute to the grid, two of which were completed during the 1960s (Thac Ba in the north, now almost defunct, ..."
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