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Tuesday 19 January 2021 07:01

Italy’s Mount Etna volcano spews lava into night sky

 Mount Etna provided spectacular scenes last night.Mount Etna, the active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, continues to smoulder on the morning of 19 January after a night of spectacular eruptions and tremors. Two lava flows emerged from the north and south-eastern sides of the summit area and, thanks to the clear night sky, the sight was clearly visible from Catania and Taormina. Etna, which at 3,329 metres high is the tallest active volcano in Europe, continues to emit ash and gas today. The situation can be followed live via Local Team. Photo Local Team

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Mount Etna, the active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, continues to smoulder on the morning of 19 January after a night of spectacular eruptions and tremors.
Two lava flows emerged from the north and south-eastern sides of the summit area and, thanks to the clear night sky, the sight was clearly visible from Catania and Taormina.
Etna, which at 3,329 metres high is the tallest active volcano in Europe, continues to emit ash and gas today. The situation can be followed live via Local Team.
Photo Local Team
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