Mt Etna, the eruption of July 27 is over


(photo above: Grazia Musumeci – photo in the article by Massimo Tamajo Fotografo Naturalista) The spectacular eruption that resulted from the nth fracture of the New South East Crater lasted less than 24 hours. In addition to the continuous emissions of gas and ash, a copious river of lava started from the new vent, which […]

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10 reasons why you should come to Sicily


An enchanted island, ignored or denigrated for too long, Sicily is a planet apart. This land skillfully blends incomparable beauty with intolerable defects, human warmth and generosity with incivility. A mixture that makes it so real, otherwise it would have appeared too good to be true, too distant. Sicily is fatalism, expectation, poetic sensitivity and […]

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Mt. Etna, the big eruption goes on


It seems like a big eruption the one that started at dawn on May 30th from the summit of volcano Etna.  A “surprise” for everyone, even for the volcanologists who by now expected anomalous or lateral eruptions. In fact, however, the volcano is “exploiting” some of the fractures that opened last December 24th to emit […]

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