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Hector, If your walls are strong enough, then they can contain water filling the volume 12 x 12 x 10 = 1440 cubic feet. Since 1 cubic foot of water is equal to 28.3 liters, this is 1440 x 28.3 = about 40 750 liters Um....don't try this at home. Cheers,
 


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