The devastation of volcanic eruptions is in most cases inferior to earthquakes and tsunamis, but nothing compares to the spectacle with this natural disaster.
A huge cloud of volcanic ash hits the village in Karo County on the island of Sumanta in Indonesia during the eruption of the volcano Sinabung on February 1, 2014.
Lenticular cloud above the volcano Popocatepetl in Mexico.
Eruption of one of the 36 underwater volcanoes off the coast of Tonga, March 18, 2009. The volcano threw out clouds of smoke, steam and ash at a height of up to 100 meters above sea level.
The volcanic eruption of Colima in the west of Mexico.
The eruption of the Calbuco volcano. View from the city of Puerto Varas in Chile. In 2015, the first eruption of the Calbuco volcano occurred in the last five decades.
The eruption of the volcano Pueue in Chile, June 5, 2011. View from the window of the plane. The volcano threw a cloud of ash to a height of more than 10 kilometers.
The eruption of the volcano Pueue in Chile, 2011.
The eruption of the Sarychev volcano on the island of Matua of the Great Kurile ridge in 2009. View from the International Space Station.
The eruption of the Cleveland volcano in Alaska in 2006. View from the ISS.
In 2008, the Chaiten volcano woke up in Chile, which did not erupt for several hundred years.
The eruption of Etna, the most active volcano in Europe, in Sicily in Italy, on February 28, 2017.
The eruption of the Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador in 2011.
Klyuchevskaya Sopka on the Kamchatka Peninsula.
Karymskaya Sopka in Kamchatka.
The eruption of the Merapi volcano in Indonesia, November 1, 2010.
The eruption of the volcano Turrialba in Costa Rica, January 6, 2017.