The lava should flow! Iceland's Volcano Show is Very Popular

Lava Show is being held in Iceland every year, with the exception of the Eyja eruption .

Reykjavik, Iceland: In a dim auditorium in Reykjavik, bubbling orange lava flows down a slide to within inches of awe-struck audience.The lava flow, which is held on both sides by black sand, has enthralled thousands of visitors to Iceland's mountain Fagradalsfjall, which occurred in 1918, and is thought to have been ignited by the lava flow in a normal natural setting, according to Jasmine Luong, a 28-year-old Australian tourist from Melbourne.This is the Lava Show, which is being held in Iceland every year, with the exception of the Eyja On average, Iceland has an eruption every five years.We thought it would be great for Iceland if lava would still be flowing, says Jonsson.

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