No one knows why Momotombo slept quietly for a century, nor why it woke up now!
There's no clear answer as to why some volcanoes go quiet for a century — or even tens of centuries — and then erupt again
Sicily Mount Etna’s Voragine crater erupts for the first time in two years, it threw up plume of smoke and ash creating a dazzling display of volcanic lightning, a mysterious phenomenon seen in many of the most powerful volcanic eruptions.
The tallest active volcano in Europe, Mount Etna stands 3329m high, it has five craters: the Bocca Nuova, the north east crater, two in the south east crater complex and the Voragine.
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