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List of volcanoes in Italy

This is a list of active and extinct volcanoes in Italy.

Name Elevation Location Last eruption
meters feet Coordinates
Alicudi 675 2215 28,000 years ago
Amiata 1738 5702 Pleistocene
Campi Flegrei 458 1503 1538
Campi Flegrei Mar Sicilia -8 -26 1911
Alban Hills (Colli Albani) 950 3113 5,000 BC
Cimini Hills (monti Cimini) - - - 800,000 years ago
Mount Etna 3329 10922 2013 (continuing)
Ferdinandea[1] Submarine (-6) - - 1831
Filicudi 774 2539 37,000 years ago
Monte Lauro[2] 986 3117 Pleistocene
Ischia 789 2589 1302
Larderello 500 1640 1282
Linosa 195 640 -
Lipari 602 1975 729
Panarea 421 1381 10,000 years ago
Pantelleria 836 2743 1891
Roccamonfina 1005 3297 52,000 years ago [3]
Sabatini complex 612 2008 40,000 years ago
Salina 965 3166 13,000 years ago
Stromboli 926 3038 2013 (continuing)
Ustica 239 784 150,000 years ago
Marsili Submarine 3000 m (-500 m) -
Montecristo 645 2116 -
Mount Vesuvius 1281 4203 1944
Vico 965 3120 95,000 years ago
Vulcano 500 1640 1890
Vulcanello 123 404 1550
Vulsini 800 2625 104 BC
Monte Vulture 1326 4350 - 40,000 years ago

See also

Notes

  1. ^ A. e M. Grifasi. "Sicily - Ferdinandea isle - the disappered isle". Grifasi-sicilia.com. Retrieved 2011-03-23. 
  2. ^ Evolution of the northwestern Iblean Mountains, Sicily, Geologische Rundschau Volume 86, Number 3, 637-669.
  3. ^ Earth Snapshot • Roccamonfina Volcano, Italy Earth Snapshot

References

  • Global Volcanism Program
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