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      Stromboli, Italie

      During its worldwide expedition, Energy Observer made a stop at Stromboli, one of the Aeolian Islands in Italy, renowned for its active volcano.

      Coming from: Bari, Italie

      Weather conditions: Sunny

      Time of arrival: 10:30 AM

      Travelled distance: 540 km

      Hydrogen storage level:

      Stromboli: The Lighthouse of the Mediterranean

      Stromboli, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, is located on its namesake island in the Aeolian archipelago of Italy. Nicknamed the "Lighthouse of the Mediterranean," it is famous for its spectacular and nearly continuous eruptions.

      This volcano, in constant activity for at least 2000 years, fascinates scientists and tourists alike with its regular explosions of lava, ash, and gas. Towering over the Tyrrhenian Sea, Stromboli offers a breathtaking landscape where the raw power of nature is dramatically displayed.

      This volcanic stage underscores the importance of protecting unique natural sites while advancing towards a cleaner and more responsible energy future.