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Etna - Valle Del Bove
Sicily

The desert-like Valle del Bove in the summit area of Etna, the largest and most active volcano in Europe. Deposition of ash and sand have here in just under 3000 meters in altitude landscape formed, which seems to be devoid of life.

Copyright: Martin hertel
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Uploaded: 14/12/2013
Updated: 18/06/2014
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Tags: volcanic; ash; desert; italy; italy; siciliy; siciliy
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