Mount Etna, on the island of Sicily, is Europe’s tallest active volcano. Not only that, it’s one of the world’s most active volcanoes and, as of 2013, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a small wonder, then, that this mountain has shaped much ... 

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Jess T United Kingdom

May 2016

 Taking the cable car to the top , Jess T - May 2016

Funivia dellEtna

Taking the cable car to the top

Warren M

November 2015

 Us on the Quad , Warren M - November 2015

Us on the Quad

Us on the Quad

Velyan S

September 2015

 Etna's main crater , Velyan S - September 2015

Etna

Etna's main crater

John V United Kingdom

July 2015

 A photo from Etna at Sun set , John V - July 2015

Etna Sunset

A photo from Etna at Sun set

maria

November 2014

 Alcantara Gorges , maria - November 2014

Alcantara Gorges

Alcantara Gorges

maria

November 2014

 Etna , maria - November 2014

Etna

Etna

Sheila H

July 2014

 Where the lava flowed covering cafes and shops in 2004 eruption , Sheila H - July 2014

Lava Field

Where the lava flowed covering cafes and shops in 2004 eruption

Sheila H

July 2014

 Going to the top of Etna Going to the top of Etna , Sheila H - July 2014

Mount Etna Jeep/bus

Going to the top of Etna
Going to the top of Etna

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