The most active volcano in Europe, Mount Etna, roars and gives an impressive performance that even the most specialized volcanologists remain dumbfounded. The volcano, located east of the Italian island of Sicily, illuminates the night sky in recent days with impressive eruptions of lava, ash and volcanic rock.
Although there were no reports of injuries or damage, the nearby airport in Catania was temporarily closed, with residents in the nearby town of Pedara saying last week that they had witnessed rain of rocks and the town was covered in a dense layer of ash. Our photos convey small doses of this unique phenomenon.
Did I call the 20-21 February paroxysm of #Etna “incredibly powerful”? Well, its successor, in the night of 22-23 February, was MUCH more powerful. Subplinian eruption column seen from home, Tremestieri Etneo, 23 February 2021, about 01:00h local time pic.twitter.com/9OEHdhtlyL
— Boris Behncke (@etnaboris) February 23, 2021
Main photo: Salvatore Allegra / AP
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