Etna, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, has started to operate once again.
Mount Etna on Sicily, Italy, is active again. Smoke rose from the volcano, which has been erupting for 5 days, and rivers were formed from lava.
According to the news reported by TRT Haber, the active volcano on the Sicily Island of Italy has been erupting for five days in a row.
Etna, which is 3,330 meters high and the largest and most active volcano in Europe, erupts several times a year, spewing lava and ash.