Artificial lake Lipno
the artificial lake Lipno (Czech: Údolní nádrž Lipno; also Böhmi sea, artificial lake of lips and/or. Moldau artificial lake mentioned) is with approximately 48.70 km ² surface Tschechiens largest artificial lake.
It is in the south of State of the close border to Austria and Germany at the upper run of the Moldau (Vltava), which were dammed up between 1951 and ' 59 and about 296 m long concrete dam high with the place Lipno by one approximately 25 m. The maximum pilot volumes of the artificial lake main basin deep to 21.5 m (Lipno I), which about 48 km long and maximally 10 km is broad, amounts to approximately 306 million m ³. With full back-up the water surface is with 725,60 m and. NN.
The artificial lake, on which no motorboats are certified, is a sail district with several Marinas. The largest port is since 2002 in a new holiday village in the place Lipno. The most popular Marina is relatively well convenient in Černá v Pošumaví, in the middle part of the artificial lake.
Together with the small serving as Unterbecken artificial lake Lipno II above the city Vyšší Brod is used the dam as hydro-electric power plant for electrical energy production.
On the lake Octobers trip ships operate from May to at the end of.
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coordinates: 48,707° N, 14.063° O