Etna Volcano has flared up again

Etna Volcano has flared up again



Etna Volcano has flared up again

Etna, one of the active volcanoes in the south of Italy, has been added to the ongoing activity since February 16th. The 3,326-meter-high volcano once again erupted lava and ash.

Etna Volcano, located in Italy, the highest and most active volcano in the European continent, has been put into operation again.
On the east coast of Sicily in Italy, close to Messina and Catania, Mount Etna erupts lava up to a kilometer high.
It is known that the current height of Etna is 3.326 m. However, this height may change from time to time with the eruptions at the top.
The explosion, which is a visual feast for those who live on the island of Sicily in Italy, on the other hand, gives the audience moments of fear. The lava rising for one kilometer causes ash clouds rising more than 10 thousand meters.
The last big eruption took place in 1992 in Etna Volcano, which has recently been reactivated.


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