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Lava Eruptionen des Ätna bei Nacht
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A day on Etna

Home » Blog » Una giornata sull’Etna Impressioni affascinanti della prima esperienza sul vulcano attivo più alto d’Europa Tra mare e neve – 1800 metri

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Granita made of strawberries and pistachios with brioche
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Typical food in Eastern Sicily

Home » Blog » I sapori della Sicilia Orientale La cucina siciliana è il frutto delle influenze ricevute dalle diverse dominazioni susseguitesi nell’isola. Ciò che

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Lava tubes of Etna II

If you follow our blog carefully, you will already know how lava tubes are formed during a volcanic eruption. This time we want to tell you what it looks like inside these underground caves and what strange things have already happened in some caves.

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Crateri sommitali dell'Etna
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The new South East Crater

The second most active volcano in the world is showing us its strength. One could say that, just as in 1971 the beginning of activity was marked by a collapse on the eastern flank of Central Crater, in 2004 the same fault line follows on the eastern flank of Southeast Crater ...

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The summit craters of Etna

Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe, with a volcanic surface area of 1250 square kilometres and a diameter of 45 km from east to west and as much as 65 km from north to south. The volcano has a unique and unmistakable shape ...

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Lava tubes of Etna I

When visiting Etna you should not only take a hike to the countless craters and lava flows, but also go and see one of the approx. 190 lava tubes (these caves are scattered over the entire Etna so you can reach them easily on any tour).

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