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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Sicily


Did you know that..? Sicily is home to UNESCO World Heritage sites. On the island there are some of the most important buildings and natural phenomena in the world. Sicily is rich of history, culture and nature. Already in 1997, the first two sites were added to the list, the most recent declaration took place […]

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Sicily – land of orange diversity


Sicily – land of orange diversity The origin of the orange, the most common fruit in the world, is located in China and it was probably introduced to Europe in the 15th century. Nowadays, apart from Spain, also Sicily is famous for the vitamin-rich citrus fruit. Especially in the area of Mount Etna the oranges […]

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Magma versus Lava – The difference


Did you know that .. Lava is not the same as magma. We often use the terms interchangeably. In fact, there is a differentiation. The red-hot magma masses are located under the earth’s crust. Inside of Mount Etna there are 3 magma chambers. The largest of the three is 30 km in the deep, the […]

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Etna Activity in progress 18/05/2016 – Live Updates


Yesterday, there was stated an infrasound signal in the North East crater and an increase of the volcanic tremor amplitude. You were able to see some ash emission and intense degassing coming from the carter. In the zone of the so called Grotta del Gelo you could also hear explosion sounds. Today …To be continued. […]

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