Mlýnice - Czech republic
Mlýnice is a smallest dam in Jizerské Mountains, situated not far from communities of Mníšek and Nová Ves. This dam was constructed during 1904-1906 on base of project of Professor Otto Intze. Its goal is, to protect the valley against floodings, to regulate a flow in rivers bof Jeřice and Lužická Nisa, and serves also for relax and fish-breeding.
Swimming here is free of charge, for own risk!
Pier has vault-ground-plan and it is constructed from quarry-stones.
Pier height: 22 m
Pier length in crown: 159 m
Width in crown: 4,5 m
Width in bottom: 14,6 m
Pier body volume: 16 000 m3
Total reservoir volume: 241 000 m3
Standard water volume quantity: 22000 m3
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