Last Updated: Thursday, August 29, 2013

Volcano erupts at Rome’s International Fiumicino airport!


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A small volcano vent has suddenly appeared near Rome’s International Fiumicino airport, local medias reported.

The geyser-like vent has been shooting out steam and mud over the weekend. Rome airport volcano is nearly two metres wide.

Geologists and engineers expect it to be a fumarole, a vent of steaming-hot hydrothermal water that erupts at the Earth's surface. However it is to be further studied.

Below is a you tube video of Rome volcano eruption.



Original post: Natural Disasters List August 28, 2013