Eruption of Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland

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Истoчник aif.ru In Iceland, the eruption of the Fagradalsfjall volcano, which is located 30 kilometers from Reykjavik, began. The last time Fagradalsfjall woke up was last year, the previous eruption of this volcano lasted from March to September 2021. The speed of lava flows is 20 meters per second. A fissure from which lava pours out was formed in the valley of Meradalir.