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Volcano Movie - Latest Eruption In Highest Available Quality

Volcano Movie - Latest Eruption In Highest Available Quality

From £7.73 per person

Witness the incredible forces of Icelandic nature. See the latest eruptions in Iceland in the best possible quality (4K). Iceland has on average an eruption every 4-5 years - learn more about the Eyjafjallajökull eruption that blocked air traffic in 2010.

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  • Discover the latest eruptions in Iceland in the highest quality (4K).
  • See the incredible eruption at Eyjafjallajökull that blocked air-traffic in Europe for days in 2010
  • Learn all about the massive eruption of Holuhraun in 2014 that the world didn't hear about
Full description
The movie starts with an historic overview of eruptions in Iceland and then goes through the latest eruptions in Iceland. Only footage in the highest possible quality is used, shot in 4K or better. There is no voice over - only video and sound, presenting a story that will leave you breathless due to the forces of Icelandic nature. The movie starts with a short overview of the eruptions in Iceland, starting with the Katla eruption in 1918, Hekla in 1947, Askja in 1961, Surtsey in 1963, the Westman Islands in 1973, Krafla in 1975, and many more. Finally, you will learn about 2010 and the Fimmvörðuháls eruption followed by Ejafjallajökull that blocked all air traffic. You will also find out about the Grímsvötn eruption in 2011 and Holuhraun in 2014-2015. You will leave with a better understandign of the magnitude of these eruptions and and what effects it has on the inhabitants of this rugged island.
  • Only entrance fee to the cinema
  • In the entrance there is free information about earthquakes in Iceland and the major volcanoes surrounding the LAVA Centre
  • No food, but it is possible to buy food at Katla the inhouse restaurant and shop
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Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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The first building on the left side when coming from Reykjavík or the Golden Circle - you cannot miss it; LAVA Centre, Austurvegur 14, 860 Hvolsvöllur, Iceland.

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Product ID: 221985