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The city, which is usually home to nearly 4,000 residents, was evacuated for the first time on November 11, 2023 as a precaution after hundreds of earthquakes caused by the movement of magma under the earth's crust – a precursor to a volcanic eruption. /p>Open in full screen mode
The volcanic eruption was only 400 meters away from the village of Grindavik.
Residents were then able to return to their homes briefly shortly after the December 18 eruption, then permanently on December 23, but only a few dozens of them had chosen to resettle in Grindavik.
Thirty-three volcanic systems are considered active in this land of fire and ice, the most volcanic region in Europe.