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On our on the left in our panorama besides the concert hall has a dramatic opera house, cinema, restaurants, and libraries.

Despite the fact that Sydney is basically a business city, is also has a neighborhood with magnificent beaches which host the locals and tourists during all the year. A little further from the center - one of the best zoos in the world.

Sure , naturally , common sense tells you as hot lava cools it gives off different colours doing so. The colour of emissions from a volcanic eruption depends on which of the prominent chemical gases/elements the volcano is erupting. Unless you're extremely lucky Etna will be covered in cloud. Even though it was blazing sunshine at the cable car entrance by the time you reach the summit it was cloudy(and cold lol) Unless its a clear day you're wasting your time going to Etna's summit off season Enlighten us then please, Capture Sam - and explain .

Strike a match , let it burn , blow it out , watch the colour change. Most chemical elements when alight give off different colours.. Googling tells you that molten lava goes from white, very hot, through yellow, orange and red as it cools.

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SNSYC was founded in 1981 by a group of individuals interested in boating.

The map below shows LIVE shipping movements on Sydney Harbour! We are located on the headland to the right of the text "Milsons Point".

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The question was about the changing colour of the plume , NOT lava / flow. As it cools the color changes to bright red (800-1000 C), then do dark red (650-800 C), and to brownish red (500-650 C). | Volcano World | Oregon State University Rick, A word of caution if I may,,,, Visiting Etna 'off season' is not recommended..

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