Magma rose to the surface in Iceland

Magma has reached the surface in Geldingadalir in the Reykjanes peninsula. For the first time since last September, when lava stopped running from Fagradalsfjall, the tension has given a way for the magma to burst through, SIA cites foreign media.

The Reykjanes Peninsula is known as a volcanic and seismic hotspot southwest of the capital Reykjavík.

Ein­ar Hjör­leifs­son, a specialist in Natural hazards with the Met Office, confirmed that there had been a volcanic eruption in a 100 m crack down Merardalir by Fagranesfjall.

Thousands of Icelanders and tourists came to the area due to the explosion.

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