5 most dangerous volcanoes in the world

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Vesuvius, Italy

Mount Vesuvius is a volcano in the Naples Gulf region of Italy. It is located very close to the coast, 9 kilometers east of Naples.

It is the only volcano in mainland Europe.

Vesuvius is a major disaster in a place where three million people live. The city of Pompeii and Herculaneum were destroyed by the Vesuvius volcano in the 69th century BC.

The bottom of the volcano is filled with various gases and ashes.

Vesuvius is a major disaster in a place where three million people live. The city of Pompeii and Herculaneum were destroyed by the Vesuvius volcano in the 69th century BC.

The bottom of the volcano is filled with various gases and ashes. As a result, if it bursts, its gas and ash will spread to the last limit of the plane flying in the sky and there will be a flood of molten lava in the surrounding area.

Niraganga, Congo

The volcano in central Africa has erupted several times in the last few decades. When it erupts, it basically emits a kind of sticky lava instead of ash, which is extremely dangerous. If it explodes once, it can flood a large area around it without warning.

The last lava erupted in 2002. At that time the speed of the lava flow was 60 kilometers per hour and its depth was up to 2 meters; Which spread to nearby cities in the Congo.

Popo, Mexico

Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world. About 20 million people live here. Popo, one of the most powerful volcanoes, is located just 60 kilometers southwest of the city. The volcano is active almost regularly. The last time it erupted in 2017 was about five kilometers.

One of the features of the volcano is that most of the time it erupts it emits ash instead of lava. The ash mixes with the water and turns into thick mud and can flow very fast.

In 1985, about 26,000 people died in a similar accident in Colombia called the Del Ruiz. At that time its range was up to about 60 kilometers.

Krakatoa, Indonesia

Krakatoa is one of the world's most dangerous volcanoes, located between Indonesia's two most populous islands, Java and Sumatra. Seen from a distance, it looks like nothing more than a graveyard.

The volcano became infamous for erupting in 18, killing about 36,000 people. The eruption was about 1,300 times more powerful than the atomic bomb of Hiroshima. The volcanic eruption completely destroyed the island at that time. It has been more than 50 years since the dead island was revived.

Shanghai, China

The Sangbaihang volcano is located in the remotest part of Asia. The last eruption of the volcano was in 1903. There is also a story of this volcano. The eruption that occurred in 989 BC is rare in tens of thousands of years of history. It was even three times stronger than Krakatoa in 18.

The bottom of the volcano is thought to consist of nine lava lakes. Each completed an area of ‚Äč‚Äčnine cubic kilometers. As such, if it explodes, it will destroy a million people living nearby.

In the early 2000's, scientists began observing the volcano. They are sure that its activity is slowly increasing. As a result, it could lead to a major accident by the end of this century.

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