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Panoramic photo by Hervé Douris EXPERT Taken 04:55, 22/01/2010 - Views loading...

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Sunset over an eruption

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This particularly important eruption began on April 2, 2007 and lasted one month. Not less than 130 million cubic-meters of lava ran out between the eruptive crack at 590 meters heigth and the sea, on a thickness exceeding sometime 60 meters. The heat and of the acid rains destroyed any vegetation around. Three years later in-depth temperature still reaches 450°c.

  • Adriano nunes 11 months ago
    Cara muito louco, fico muito bonita sua foto.
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