Poland’s largest river, the Vistula, will be the home of a new dam combined with a power plant, government officials announced.

The project will cost more than €470m, according to the country’s environment ministry.

As reported by Radio Poland, officials from the environment, energy and inland navigation ministries signed an agreement to go ahead with the project.

The dam, combined with an 80 MW hydroelectric power plant, will be built in the village of Siarzewo, not far from an existin...

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