Sicily's Mount Etna erupts producing a spectacular show

Sicily's Mount Etna erupts producing a spectacular show

Sicily's Mount Etna erupts producing a spectacular show

Etna is Europe's highest and most active volcano.

It can burst into action several times a year.


Sicily's Mount Etna continued to rumble for hours after its first eruption in more than a year.

The last time the lava flow endangered nearby villages was in 1992.

Italy's Mount Etna volcano has been providing residents and visitors with a spectacular view for the past three days during a volcanic eruption.

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The firework show can be seen from ehe city of Catania and the resort town of Taormina.

The eruption took place at the south-east crater, and authorities say it now does not present a danger to people or property. Scientists and volcano experts seem more preoccupied about the potential eruption of the Erta Ale than the current activity being seen in Sicily.

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The airport at Catania, about 31 miles away, remained open, although authorities said they were tracking the ash cloud. Another volcano, the Erta Ale, situated in Ethiopia is showing signs of awakening, with scientists noticing cracks near its crater.

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