|Primary inflows||Volga River|
|Primary outflows||Volga River|
|Max. length||540 km (340 mi)|
|Max. width||17 km (11 mi)|
|Surface area||3,117 km2 (1,203 sq mi)|
|Water volume||31.5 km3 (25,500,000 acre·ft)|
The Volgograd Reservoir (Russian: Волгоградское водохранилище) is a reservoir in Russia formed at the Volga River by the dam of the Volga Hydroelectric Station. It lies within the Volgograd Oblast and Saratov Oblast and named after the city of Volgograd. It was constructed during 1958-1961.
Its area is 3,117 km², volume is 31,5 km³, length is 540 km, maximal width is 17 km, average depth is 10.1 m. It is the third largest reservoir in Russia (after Kuybyshev Reservoir and Rybinsk Reservoir).
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