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La Palma volcano remains in full power after almost a month of devastation


Tajuya (La Palma), Oct 17 (EFE) .- After almost one month since the the Cumbre Vieja volcano began to erupt on September 19, lava continues to flow and is "in top shape", according to the scientists monitoring it.SHOT LIST: THE ERUPTION OF THE CUMBRE VIEJA VOLCANO SEEN FROM TAJUYA, THE LAVA RIVERS THAT IT LEAVES IN ITS PASSAGE AND OF ITS EFFECT IN THE SMALL TOWN OF PARAISO.

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