Bárdarbunga and Holuhraun - Photogallery

The Bárdarbunga caldera volcano in central Iceland collapsed from August 2014 to February 2015 during the largest eruption in Europe since 1784. An ice-filled subsidence bowl 8 by 11 kilometers (km) wide and up to 65 meters (m) deep developed, while magma drained laterally for 45 km along a subterranean path and erupted as a major lava flow northeast of the volcano.

Below are some photos taken during the Bárdarbunga event, click to enlarge the photos.


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