Grand Coulee Dam

Grand Coulee Dam
geographical name dam NE central Washington in Columbia River — see franklin d. roosevelt lake

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  • Grand Coulee Dam — Grand Coulee Talsperre Grand Coulee Staumauer Lage …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Grand Coulee Dam —   [ grænd kuːlɪ dæm], Staudamm am mittleren Columbia River im Bundesstaat Washington, USA, 168 m hoch, 1 272 m lang, erbaut 1933 42; staut den rd. 250 km langen Franklin Delano Roosevelt Lake (11,8 Mrd. m3) auf, der der Bewässerung, dem… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Grand Coulee Dam — This article is about the dam itself. For the song by Woody Guthrie, see Grand Coulee Dam (song). Grand Coulee Dam …   Wikipedia

  • Grand Coulee Dam — Barrage de Grand Coulee 47°57′04″N 118°59′00″O / 47.95111, 118.983333 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Grand Coulee Dam —    Construction of the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River in Washington began in 1933 and was completed in 1942 as part of the Columbia River Reclamation Project. At the time, it was the largest concrete dam in the world and provided power… …   Historical Dictionary of the Roosevelt–Truman Era

  • Grand Coulee Dam — a large dam on the Columbia River in the US state of Washington. It was completed in 1942 and made larger in the 1980s. It was built to produce electricity from water power. The dam is 550 feet/168 metres high and 4 173 feet/1 273 metres long. It …   Universalium

  • Grand Coulee Dam —  Columbia River, Washington …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • Grand Coulee Dam — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Laser Light Show (Grand Coulee Dam) — The laser light show at Grand Coulee Dam, which began in 1989, is one of the largest light shows in the U.S.. The 37 minute show runs daily from Memorial Day through September 30. An addition of fireworks lights up the sky above the dam each… …   Wikipedia

  • Grand-Coulee-Talsperre — Grand Coulee Staumauer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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