HEKLA


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HEKLAHove Edegem Kontich Lint Aartselaar (Dutch: Your Local Police Online)
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Hekla is one of two Icelandic peaks that began rumbling earlier this month and which experts say could go at any time.
"No eruption has started in Hekla Volcano, but it might start without any warning," Icelandic Volcano expert Jon Frimann was quoted, as saying.
cartography of the period and well into the eighteenth century, Hekla
While Vesuvius, Etna and even Souffriere were becoming familiar to artists and the picture-buying public, volcanoes as remote as Hekla were awaiting discovery.
Diving in: Folk love to swim; Gates of hell: Mount Hekla
Long-distance marker horizons from small-scale eruptions: British tephra deposits from the AD 1510 eruption of Hekla. Iceland, Journal of Quaternary Science 11:511 - 516.
The trek will include visiting the active Mount Hekla volcano and the dramatic glaciers of Myrdals, Eyjafjalla and Tindafjalla.
Northern Travel will also hold all of the shares in Iceland Express, 51% of the UK-based charter airline Astraeus, 29.26% of the listed Swedish travel agent Ticket and all of the shares in Danish travel agent Hekla Travel.
The plan is to venture into the Icelandic Highlands, set up camp close to the 4,892ft Hekla summit, then drop down onto the glacier the following day.
Los volcanes activos, descartando los de Santorin y Metonu en el mar Egeo, cuyas ultimas erupciones se remontan al siglo III de la Era cristiana, se reducen, en la actualidad, al Vesubio en Italia, al Etna en la isla de Sicilia y al Hekla en la de Islandia, puesto que los del archipielago de Lipari se hallan en relativo reposo desde hace centenares de anos.
Walkers can bathe in the country's natural hot springs and see the Hekla volcano.