Italy has more volcanoes than any other European country. What’s the name of the active volcano in Italy, you ask? Everyone knows two of them – Sicilian Etna and the legendary Vesuvius. In fact, there are more than 20 volcanoes in the country, and only half of them are considered extinct. The others are still active or asleep for a while. The volcanic activity area is located in the Straits of Sicily between Italy and Tunis and the Tyrrhenian Sea.
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