Water tower

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English: A water tower or elevated water tank is a very large tank constructed for the purpose of holding a supply of water at a height sufficient to pressurize a water supply system.
Español: Torre de agua
Français : Un château d'eau est une construction destinée à entreposer l'eau. Il est en général placé sur un point haut pour permettre la distribution de l'eau sous pression.



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Numerous railway water towers survived in Croatia; but some were destroyed in the civil war 1991 - 95; especially in Lika region, on the line between Ogulin and Split.

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For a more complete and sorted image collection also refer to nl.wikipdia Watertorens in Nederland and Lijst van watertorens in Nederland

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