Laki Eruption

Laki Eruption

The deadliest volcanic eruption in recorded history is the 1783 eruption of the Laki Volcano in Iceland. It killed 25% of the Icelandic population, at least 23,000 people in Britain, more deaths in Europe, freak weather for a year, and may have caused a famine in Egypt which killed 1/6th of the Egypt’s population.

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