A supervolcano caused the largest eruption in European history. Now it’s stirring again.

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The Italian name for the caldera – Campi Flegrei, or “burning fields”— is apt. The 7.5-mile-wide cauldron is the collapsed top of an ancient volcano, formed when the magma within finally blew.
Source Washington Post
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