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Owen falls dam

Owen falls dam

Owen falls dam

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Nalubaale Power Station, formerly known as Owen Falls Dam, is a hydroelectric power station across the White Nile near to its source at Lake Victoria in Uganda. Nalubaale is the Luganda name for Lake Victoria. Wikipedia

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Owen Falls - Wikipedia

Owen Falls - Wikipedia

The Owen Falls was a waterfall on the White Nile in Uganda near the city of Jinja, 4 km from the point at which the river leaves Lake Victoria. The falls, together with the nearby Ripon Falls, were submerged in 1954 with the completion of the Owen Falls Dam (later renamed Nalubaale, but still commonly known by the old name) that now accommodates a hydroelectric power station. Owen Falls Station: The Owen Falls Station consists of a concrete gravity dam with a close coupled intake powerhouse uni...

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Nalubaale Hydroelectric Power Station - Wikipedia

Nalubaale Hydroelectric Power Station - Wikipedia

Satellite image showing the location of the dam in relation to Lake Victoria Construction of the Owen Falls Dam in early 1950s Nalubaale Power Station, formerly known as Owen Falls Dam, is a hydroelectric power station across the White Nile near to its source at Lake Victoria in Uganda. Nalubaale is the Luganda name for Lake Victoria. Location[edit] The dam sits across the Nile River between the town of Jinja, in Jinja District and the town of Njeru in Buikwe District, approximately 85 kilometr...

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The history of Owen Falls dam

The history of Owen Falls dam (article)

The dam was completed in 1954 and was commissioned by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II.

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Jinja, Uganda - Wikipedia

Jinja, Uganda - Wikipedia

This article is about the city of Jinja. For the corresponding district, see Jinja District. Jinja is a city in the Eastern Region of Uganda, located on the shores of Lake Victoria.[2] Location[edit] Jinja is in Jinja District, Busoga sub-region, in the Eastern Region of Uganda. It is approximately 81 kilometres (50 mi), by road, east of Kampala, the capital and largest city of Uganda.[3] It sits along the northern shores of Lake Victoria, near the source of the White Nile.[4] The city sits at ...

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