Hawaii: Kilauea Volcano
Kilauea Volcano is located in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in the United States. It is the youngest and most active volcano in the world. It has not stopped erupting since 1983. According to statistics, the volcano erupted 45 times in the 20th century. Almost hundreds of thousands of cubic meters of magma are ejected from the volcanic crater on the island every day. Over the past 20 years, Kilauea volcano has continuously gushing large amounts of magma, which has formed several new black sand beaches in the southeast of Hawaii Island and has expanded the area of the island.
Sicily: Mount Etna
Mount Etna is located in one of the most beautiful places in the world: Sicily. It is the highest volcano in Europe and one of the longest erupting volcanoes in the past 2000 years. Mount Etna has erupted more than 20 times since 2007, causing nearly 1 million casualties. The volcanic ash emitted by Etna created fertile soil, and very good grapes grew on the soil, and people used it to make delicious wines.
Mexico: Colima Volcano
Colima Volcano is one of the most active and potentially destructive active volcanoes in Mexico. It is called “fire volcano” and “flaming volcano”. On the morning of September 16, 2005, Colima volcano erupted again. The gas and ash from the eruption formed a plume of smoke more than 5,000 meters high. People could clearly hear the sound of magma erupting 15 kilometers away from the crater. The ash rain produced during the eruption lasted more than two hours over several nearby towns.
Java Island: Mount Bromo
Mount Bromo is located in the east of Java Island, Indonesia. It is an active volcano in the center of Tengger Mountain. It has a formidable landform like the surface of the moon. The huge Tengger crater is 10 kilometers in diameter, and the steep mountain stands straight on the vast lava sand plain. Protruding from the crater is the smoky Mount Bromo (2329 meters), which is also the soul of the entire plateau. This deserted area gives people the feeling of the end of the world.