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Unusual phenomenon on the Mount Etna Volcano: all the craters on the top of the mountain, covered by snow, emit gases and vapors at the same time. The summit craters of the Etna are four: Voragine, Bocca nuova, North-East, South-East. The summit of the Etna is around 3.350 meters above sea level.
It happened only few hours before a new huge eruption from the South-East crater, the first on the left in this picture (about the eruption you can see the photo “Fire in the Night” in my portfolio).
Etna Natural Park, Sicily, Italy.
February 8, 2012 @ 8.41 am (UTC+1) NE
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