What was the largest dam before the hoover dam?



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    The Hoover Dam measures of 726 feet high by 1244 feet wide with thickness of 660 feet at the base and 45 feet thick at the top.

    The Grand Coulee Dam in Grand Coulee, Washington beats the Hoover Dam with a length 5,223 and a height 550 ft.

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