A sea of lava covers the mountains of La Palma 1:13
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The eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, in La Palma, Spain, celebrates one month this October 19 and only leaves postcards of devastation on the island.
The rivers of lava advance incessantly until they spill into the sea, adding an additional concern about the harmful effects of this phenomenon.
Meanwhile, in the crater, the explosions do not seem to diminish their intensity.
These are the most shocking videos that the volcano's eruption has left in these weeks.
Videos capture lava waves, explosions and fire in the crater
The magma that expels the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma destroys everything in its path.
It is a seething current so powerful that it sounds like it is roaring.
Turn up the volume and listen.
Hear how the volcano roars on La Palma 0:43
Since it erupted in mid-September, the Cumbre Vieja volcano has maintained continuous activity on La Palma, invading the territory as it passes.
These images show the advance of the lava flow in the La Laguna neighborhood.
This is how the lava from the volcano advances over the La Laguna neighborhood 0:38
After the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the island of Palma, in Spain, the first underwater images of the lava delta are seen.
These images are very useful for scientists to understand the impact and evolution of magma upon reaching the sea.
First underwater images of lava from Spanish volcano 0:59
The intensity of activity in the volcano's crater has not rested for weeks.
Recently, as if it were a sea of fire, a giant lava wave broke over the volcano and covered it with fiery droplets.
Giant lava wave breaks against the volcano on La Palma 0:56
We have also seen images that show in detail the activity of the lava in the volcano: here it bubbles red hot.
This is how the lava of the Cumbre Vieja volcano bubbles up 0:39
Lava washed away homes, properties and buildings.
A drone recorded impressive images of how lava reached the garden of a house on the island of La Palma, Spain, and engulfed a swimming pool.
Watch how lava from a volcano in the Canary Islands engulfs a pool 0:55
As days went by, the volcano's eruption intensified and revealed a new crater, whose activity looks like incessant explosions of fire:
Lava flow from volcano on La Palma intensifies 0:36
In recent days, this drone has captured the force of the lava rivers that run through La Palma, destroying everything in its path.
Drone captures rivers of magma from the volcano of La Palma 0:40
And, in what may be a coincidence of nature, lightning was seen in the middle of the eruption of the volcano.
Watch lightning erupt from Cumbre Vieja volcano 0:56
Rivers of lava spill into the sea
The lava from the Cumbre Vieja volcano took no more than two weeks to reach the Atlantic Ocean.
A phenomenon for which the authorities asked residents to take refuge, due to the release of harmful gases.
The moment when the lava on La Palma touches the sea 0:56
The images that have been captured by drones from different angles show the hot lava spilling into the sea.
Drones capture hot lava spilling into the sea 0:50
This is what the shocking path of black lava looks like that made its way to the ocean.
Look at the path of black lava that leaves the volcano on La Palma 0:32
This drone of the Spanish Civil Guard managed to capture the wake of destruction on the island, after the passage of the lava from the volcano.
Look at the destruction left by the volcano on La Palma 1:20
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