In the Reykjanes peninsula, in southwest Iceland, the volcano's crater spews out impressive lava geysers under the watchful eyes of hikers who come to admire the spectacle.
Erupting for fifty days, the stable and constant effusions of lava are now giving way to powerful geysers, which can reach hundreds of meters high.
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A 400 km security perimeter around the crater has been set up in the Geldingadalir valley, where more and more curious people are venturing out.
It can be extended to 650 m depending on the wind.
“The noises are an absolutely intense experience.
The colors, the noises, the heat: all combined, it's incredible, ”testifies Benjamin Berglez, a tourist from Germany.
“It's not every day that you can admire a volcano so closely.
It's really amazing and so beautiful ”, abounds Freyja Wappler-Friðriksdóttir, a spectator.
It has been over eight centuries since a lava eruption occurred on the Reykjanes Peninsula.