This Italian volcano is usually active, with low-level gassy explosions. Not so today. Per the latest news report, at least one person is dead. Official
This peculiar volcano has been erupting for at least 3,500 years, per the Global Volcanism Program, and activity has been nearly continuous since 2013. It’s
Campania has good reason to be proud of its volcanoes: Asleep, these beautiful but strange mountains draw tourists and also serve as ground water aquifers
Gah! How can anyone live there?!!? Well, from our perspective, Campi Flegrei (the “Burning Fields”) is actually quite pretty. Look for saddle-shaped Vesuvius in the
No, Italy’s beautiful Monte Epomeo, shown above, is not the volcano. This mountain is “just” a block of 50,0000-year-old greenish ignimbrite pushed up by volcanic
Let’s be upfront about the most awesome thing (in modern eyes) this apparent fop ever did: He walked on lava. Look at his eyes.