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Vulcano is a small volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 25 km north of Sicily and the southernmost of the eight Aeolian Islands. It is 21 square kilometers in area, rises to 499 meters, and contains several volcanic centers, including one of four active non-submarine volcanoes in Italy.


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Sulfur vapor in a vulcano crater

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Vulcano is a small volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 25 km north of Sicily and the southernmost of the eight Aeolian Islands. It is 21 square kilometers in area, rises to 499 meters, and contains several volcanic centers, including one of four active non-submarine volcanoes in Italy.
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Sulfur Vapor In A Vulcano Crater Stock Photo 158300678Sicily,Color Image,Condensation,Danger,Day,High Angle View,Horizontal,Italy,Landscape,Mystery,No People,Non-Urban Scene,Outdoors,Photography,Power in Nature,Risk,Scenics,Steam,Tyrrhenian Sea,VolcanoPhotographer Collection: Stone Buena Vista ImagesVulcano is a small volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 25 km north of Sicily and the southernmost of the eight Aeolian Islands. It is 21 square kilometers in area, rises to 499 meters, and contains several volcanic centers, including one of four active non-submarine volcanoes in Italy.