Are Mount Etna and the mud volcanoes of Paternò connected?


They are one of the most interesting sites of Sicily, though also one of the less promoted! The Salinelle, the mud volcanoes of Paternò, are everywhere on that territory. The larger ones rise close to the city stadium, others are in the areas of river Simeto (Salinelle del Fiume) and San Biagio hamlet. And Mount […]

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Mount Etna back to the April Fool show


Etna changes again and again, it becomes unpredictable. After two months of continuous paroxysms, at the rate of one every fifty hours, by mid-March it seems to have subsided. Long pauses, even of five or seven days, between one eruptive event and another. And each new event lasts up to fifteen hours, instead of the […]

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