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Series of eruptions of Soufriere Hills volcano between 1995 and 1999 devastated capital town Plymouth and several other villages. The zone is restricted until today, and buildings in that area are covered in volcanic flow of mud, ash, and rocks. Plymouth often is called "New Pompeii". This photo taken from a boat shows beautiful landscape of Montserrat, with fuming volcano in its prominent position.

Series of eruptions of Soufriere Hills volcano between 1995 and 1999 devastated capital town Plymouth and several other villages. The zone is restricted until today, and buildings in that area are covered in volcanic flow of mud, ash, and rocks. Plymouth often is called "New Pompeii". This photo taken from a boat shows the town destroyed by volcano.

Series of eruptions of Soufriere Hills volcano between 1995 and 1999 devastated capital town Plymouth and several other villages. The zone is restricted until today, and buildings in that area are covered in volcanic flow of mud, ash, and rocks. Plymouth often is called "New Pompeii". Images in this series show the area, and also some buildings inside, with people's belongings left in a hurry, now covered in volcanic ash.

Series of eruptions of Soufriere Hills volcano between 1995 and 1999 devastated capital town Plymouth and several other villages. The zone is restricted until today, and buildings in that area are covered in volcanic flow of mud, ash, and rocks. Plymouth often is called "New Pompeii". Images in this series show the area, and also some buildings inside, with people's belongings left in a hurry, now covered in volcanic ash. This image shows insides of a devastated church in Plymouth. The volcano still fumes, with its strong sulfur contents making any prolonged presence of humans impossible.

January 5, 2020- La Soufrière is an active, strato volcano located on the beautiful Caribbean island of Saint Vincent. The peak of the volcano is approximately 1,204m above sea level. This volcano erupted several times in the past including the years 1718, 1812, 1814, 1902, 1971 & 1979. The eruption in 1902 claimed the lives of over 1,500 people on the island. Today, La Soufrière is one of the main tourist attractions on the island. Tourists trek through challenging forested trails to get to the top of the volcano. This active volcano is being monitored and studied continuously by the University of the West Indies (UWI) Seismic Research Centre, Soufrière Monitoring Unit and other international researchers.

Series of eruptions of Soufriere Hills volcano between 1995 and 1999 devastated capital town Plymouth and several other villages. The zone is restricted until today, and buildings in that area are covered in volcanic flow of mud, ash, and rocks. Plymouth often is called "New Pompeii". Images in this series show the area, and also some buildings inside, with people's belongings left in a hurry, now covered in volcanic ash. this image shows devastated church insides.

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