#11 – Mount Vesuvius, Italy
The Last Days of Pompeii.
This is a legendary volcano and the only active volcano in Europe. It’s 1,281 m high and has a 750 m crater (diameter).
#10 – Klyuchevskoy Volcano
The highest volcano in Eurasia.
Yes, it is true. This is the highest volcano in Eurasia – 4,750 m. Looks gorgeous, doesn’t it?
#9 – Bromo Volcano, Indonesia
One of the many volcanoes in Indonesia.
Indonesia is often called a land of thousand islands. Well, this is true for volcanoes as well. Bromo is located in Java, and looks fantastic.
#8 – Cotopaxi Volcano, Ecuador
It’s one of the highest active volcanoes in the world!
Guess what happens if it spits lava from the height of 5,897 meters? You’d better not be around!
#7 – Izalco Volcano, Salvador
One of the most active volcano nowadays!
This is a relatively young volcano which makes it one of the most dangerous. The first eruption was in 1770.
#6 – Popocatepetl, Mexico
Most famous volcano in Mexico.
Mexico’s capital is located only 40 km away from a 5,426 m high volcano! Its name is translated as Smoking Mountain in Nahuatl. It was unusually active in mid 90s.
#5 – Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
The youngest volcano in Hawaii.
Young volcanoes are dangerous. Kilauea keeps spitting lava from time to time. It looks fantastic and scary at the same time.
#4 – St. Helens Volcano, United States
A killer volcano.
St. Helens’s eruption in 1980 killed 56 people in the US, which makes it the worst volcano eruption in the US history.
#3 – Fuji, Japan
Fuji is a tourist attraction.
It is 3,776 meters high and exceptionally beautiful. If you visit Japan you should visit Fuji!
#2 – Etna, Italy
Etna’s height cannot be determined as it changes after eruptions.
It has 400 craters and erupts once in 3 months.
#1 – Eyjafjallajokull, Iceland
Eruption of this volcano paralyzed work of all European airlines a few years ago!