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  • A Muntagna | Emanuele Occhipinti – burn magazine

    A Muntagna | Emanuele Occhipinti

    A Muntagna | Emanuele Occhipinti

    A Muntagna | Emanuele Occhipinti Mount Etna and the surrounding area is an island within an island. It’s the highest active volcano in Europe, a majestic presence that touches all of Sicily and all…

    via burn magazine: https://www.burnmagazine.org/essays/2022/04/a-muntagna-by-emanuele-occhipinti/

    “‘A Muntagna” is a long journey around Mount Etna and the surrounding area, telling the deep bond that unites the volcano to the women and men who live there, and the extraordinary normality of lives lived in the presence of such a giant, which at any time can generate seismic events. An ambiguous relationship, halfway between the most total devotion and the constant fear for it. They say that when an eruption ends, Etna is already preparing the next one: it’s the eternal confrontation between the volcano and the human beings who have decided to rely on his benevolence.