Shiveluch, Kizimen and Plosky Talbachek Volcanoes Erupt on Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia

Gigantic Russian volcanoes Shiveluch, Kizimen, and Plosky Talbachek have erupted simultaneously, spewing ash into the air and causing earthquakes all around the area of the volcanoes. The largest of the volcanoes, Shiveluch, stands at 3,283 meters. The video above is from Shiveluch’s eruption in June of 2011.   []

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1974 Eruption of Fuego

Over 33,000 People Flee Guatemala City Because of Fuego Volcano

The massive volcano Fuego, located 40 kilometers south of Guatemala City, erupted on September 13 and lava flows over 600 meters long, coupled with ash ejected into the air, has forced the evacuation of more than 10,000 within the immediate range of the volcanic crater. This is the second eruption of a volcano this year […]

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