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Can you pick the volcano that is described?
Updated Oct 29, 2013
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Its 1902 eruption destroyed the Martiniquan town of Saint-Pierre, leaving only a handful of survivors.
While volcanologically quite mild, its 2010 eruption lead to the greatest air traffic disruption since WWII.
This supervolcano's potential to cause worldwide havoc has lead to much speculation and was depicted in the movie '2012'.
Burying the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum, its 79 AD eruption is one of the most famous ones in history.
Its major 1980 eruption caused billions of dollars of damage, but thanks to good forecasting only took 57 lives.
According to legend, Queen Victoria presented this volcano as a gift to the German Emperor.
In 1992 a sequence of earthen barriers was built to divert its lava flows, saving the town of Zafferana.
A few months after the sinking of the Titanic, this volcano added some drama by causing the largest eruption of the 20th century.
Its titanic 1883 eruption was one of the most powerful and deadly eruptions in recorded history, killing over 36,000 people.
In 1991 this volcano produced the second largest eruption of the 20th century, the consequences of which are still felt in the Philippines.
At 71°N, this is the world's northernmost active volcano.
At 78°S, this is the world's southernmost active volcano.
Looming over Seattle, this volcano is considered one of the most dangerous on Earth due to its potential to produce massive mudflows.
Its eight-month-long 1783-1784 eruption affected the European climate, leading to bad harvests and famine that may have contributed to the start of the French Revolution.
According to Jules Verne, the entrance to a passage leading to the centre of the Earth.
According to Jules Verne, the exit from the center of the Earth.
In 1985 a small eruption caused a series of mudflows that ran down its flanks and drowned the town of Armero in mud, killing over 20,000 people.
A catastrophic eruption from this volcano around the 15th century BC may have contributed to the end of the Minoan civilization.
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