Mount Etna provided spectacular scenes last night.
Mount Etna, the active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, provided spectacular eruptions on the night of 15 February, following a day of explosive activity.
Lava emerged from the south-eastern crater on the summit area as well as from the Bocca Nuova, Voragine and north-east craters, announced the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV).
The source of the tremor is located below the south-east crater, at a depth of about 2,900m, according to INGV.
Mount Etna, at 3,329 metres high, is the tallest active volcano in Europe.
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Italy’s Mount Etna volcano spews lava into night sky
Mt Etna, 95031 Adrano, Province of Catania, Italy
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