Mount Etna’s eruption coming to an end?


The fifteenth paroxysm of Etna was announced at dawn on March 19 with two very strong “booms” that surprised the piedmont populations, from behind the clouds of rain and snow that hid the volcano. As usual, shortly thereafter, the roars, the lava fountains and the rain of black ash began which this time affected the northern […]

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The magic of Lake Gurrida


Lake Gurrida is set on the western flank of Mount Etna, between the municipalities of Bronte and Randazzo. It appeared in 1536 after a side eruption of the volcano. The lava cut the bed of river Flascio and formed the small lake. During the following years, the river’s water found its way out through the […]

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