Stromboli Live cam

Live webcam overlooking the eruption of Stromboli Volcano

This webcam overlooks Italy's Stromboli volcano, an active stratovolcano, standing 926 m (3,038.06 ft.) above sea level.
Stromboli is one of Sicily's most famous Aeolian Islands and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With two-thirds of the mount located below sea level, its explosive volcanic activity and overwhelming majesty has earned Stromboli the nickname of: "Lighthouse of the Mediterranean sea".
Impressive lava flows and unbelievable eruptions can be seen on this live cam! May 22nd 1919 marks the last devastating eruption, an event that injured and claimed the lives of many inhabitants. In 2013 further eruptions called for an emergency evacuation of the island.

Ash, tephite and lava, watch as Volcano Stromboli erupts.
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