28th May 2024

Tap into these largest reservoirs in the world

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Lake Volta has been created by the Akosombo Dam over the Volta River in Ghana. It has a surface area of about 8,502 km² (3,275 square miles), making it the largest reservoir in the world by surface area. It is the fourth largest in the world in terms of the volume of water it contains. The first largest is Lake Kariba over the Zambezi River in Zimbabwe, the second largest is Bratsk Reservoir over the Angara River in Russia and the third largest is Lake Nasser over the Nile River in Egypt.

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