Volcano

History

How Laki Volcano nearly drove Icelanders off their island in 18th century

The life of Icelanders turned into a real nightmare after the enormous Laki volcano woke up in the late 18th…

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History

Events that happened only once in the history of mankind

Some of these events are so uncommon that they may not occur again in our lifetime, while others will never…

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History

What coloured Kelimutu lakes predict for people in Indonesia, and what is the secret of their water

There are three lakes in the area of the Kelimutu volcano in faraway Indonesia that are shrouded in mystery and…

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History

Supervolcanoes that could destroy humanity

Today, these supervolcanoes are sleeping, and thanks to this, life on Earth continues. But as soon as they wake up,…

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Tips

What happens if Mount Vesuvius erupts again?

The volcano has not erupted for a long time, although it used to happen every few years.

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History

5 myths of antiquity based on real events

Sometimes the myths and legends of the many peoples of the earth include more than simply fantastical elements of imagination.

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Top 5

5 most extreme places on earth where people live no matter what

There are such territories on our planet where it is extremely difficult for an unprepared person to be. And the…

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History

Krakatoa eruption 1883: Impact of the volcanic explosion in the world

A cloud of smoke and ash over two kilometers high was spotted by the commander of the German warship Elisabeth…

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History

7 most destructive volcanic eruptions in human history

Mount Tambora erupted in 1815 on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa. Historians believe it was the deadliest known direct impact…

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History

Ol Doinyo Lengai facts: Unique Tanzania’s volcano

Ol Doinyo Lengai in Tanzania is the only volcano in the world that erupts with carbonatite lava. This volcano is…

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Africa

Photos of Dallol volcano and otherworldly landscapes of Ethiopia

Take a look a the photos of Dallol, the most fascinating and bizarre volcano on the earth, located in Ethiopia.

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History

Wau an-Namus – The blackspot in Libya

Wau an-Namus, for example, is a crater of an extinct volcano surrounded by several tiny salty and colorful lakes. In…

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