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Lake Eupen, Eupen
(4.4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Lake Eupen is located near Eupen in Belgium, not far from High Fens. It was built on the Vesdre in 1938 but only inaugurated in 1950 by Prince Charles of Belgium.
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  • Very accessible dam near the city of Eupen. This dam provides the majority of the drinking water of the region and regulates the water level of the river Vesdre. 
  • the reservoir of Eupen, that water bleeds from the river Weaver (Vesdre) gives you a bit of a Scandinavia-feeling in Belgium, it does not lend itself to water sports, but a walk of Eupen by the dense forests up to the reservoir can delight and equally well as well as around the Lake you can make lovely walks
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  • There are three dams in this region that they should not be confused. The Gileppe dam is by far the most interesting, then we have the Robertville dam on the Lake of the same name and the Eupen dam. This last is very badly reported if just Eupen, one must know the acronym representative. The dam itself is not pretty but it is located in a grandiose nature.
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