Visit Mount Etna below 1000 meters


If above 1000 meters above sea level, Etna assumes the appearance of a real volcano, with entire regions of wild and harsh nature, extinct or active craters and lava caves, everything changes as you descend. The work of man here leaves more and more traces. Therefore, an itinerary around the volcano, below 1000 meters, will […]

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INGV, the prestigious institute supervising Etna


The National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology – INGV – is the Italian board for the study, monitoring and information about the territory and volcanoes. A very useful institute for Italy which in fact is a huge source of geologic, seismic and volcanic events. It offers reasons for the research all the time and everywhere. […]

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Night of fire, Etna on eruption again


It was a night of fire! Yet yesterday it all seemed to be over. “She is giving us only a break” …. the volcanologists of Catania had said, however, describing the apparent state of calm of “Mamma Etna”, after an amazing and powerful eruption. Indeed, a paroxysm, as it is called scientifically. In the afternoon […]

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