The deadliest natural disaster in Colombia’s history occurred in the town of Armero on November 13, 1985. The Nevado del Ruiz volcano erupted after 69 years of inactivity, destroying an entire town and more than 20,000 of its inhabitants.
In Earth’s core, where ancient souls whisper secrets, volcanoes rise. Custodians of fire and ash, they are gateways to underworlds, expressing the planet’s primal power. Their roar is a hymn to the wild and enigmatic nature.
The Kick ’Em Jenny submarine volcano, located off the coast of Grenada, is a unique geological wonder and the southernmost volcano in the Lesser Antilles arc. With ten eruptions since 1939, including the most recent in 2003 it also holds a legendary cultural significance.
The sighting of a mysterious object in Popocatépetl has captured both public and media attention. Through careful investigation, experts are seeking to determine the nature of this phenomenon, amidst scientific theories and speculations.
With its commanding presence, the Galeras Volcano has acted as both guardian and challenge for the city of Pasto. As one of Colombia’s most active volcanoes, its chronicle intertwines with the tales of those living in its shade. From tranquil spans of dormancy to explosive eruptions that have defined eras, the bond between Galeras and Pasto is a compelling saga of nature and humanity.