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Sciara del Fuoco on Stromboli, July 2014, under a Full Moon. Sciara del Fuoco ('stream of fire') is a feature caused by collapses on the north-western side of the volcano. Stromboli, a volcanic island and active stratovolcano off the coast of the Italian island of Sicily, reaches an elevation of 924 metres. It is extremely active, engaging in a type of eruption that is named for it, a Strombolian eruption. Photographed in the period between 9 and 11 August 2014.
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