When did Mount Etna erupt?

Answer Mount Etna, a volcano in southern Italy, has erupted over 200 times since its eruptions began to be documented in 1500 B.C. The largest eruption occurred in 1669, and the longest eruption started i... Read More »

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When did Mount Etna last erupt?

Mount Etna, located near the city of Catania on the island of Sicily, is Europe's most active volcano. The volcano's latest eruption began in March 2007 and is still ongoing (as of April 2010). Mou... Read More »

When did Mount Etna first erupt?

Mount Etna, located in Sicily, erupted in 1500 B.C. It likely erupted earlier, but there are no records of such an eruption. The volcano is still active. The last eruption began in 2007.Source:Geol... Read More »

What made Mount Etna erupt?

Italy's Mount Etna is the second-most active volcano in the world after Kilauea on Hawaii. When pressure builds up in the volcano's magma chamber deep below the earth, magma is forced up through tu... Read More »

How Many Times Did Mount Etna Erupt?

The eruptions of Mount Etna, an active volcano in Sicily, Italy, have been documented since about 1500 B.C. Since that time, the volcano has erupted over 200 times as of 2010.References:Geology: Mo... Read More »