The Tominé Reservoir is a reservoir in northern Cundinamarca, Colombia about 60 kilometers north of Bogotá. It is 18 kilometers long and 4 wide, and reaching at its maximum depth at 38 meters. Its objectives are to control water levels for hydroelectric plants in the region and supply drinking water to Bogotá. It is adjacent to the municipalities of Sesquilé and Guatavita.
The reservoir was completed in 1967. The town of Guatavita was intentionally flooded for the construction and functioning of the reservoir. Guatavita was rebuilt on higher grounds.
Today, Tominé hosts water sports and other water-related events.
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