What was the most destructive volcanic eruption ever recorded in the Philippines and in the other country?

What was the most destructive volcanic eruption in Philippines history?

Taal Volcano is the most deadly in the Philippines, killing more than 6,000 in its history.

What was the most destructive volcanic eruption ever recorded in the other country?

In 1815, Mount Tambora erupted on Sumbawa, an island of modern-day Indonesia. Historians regard it as the volcano eruption with the deadliest known direct impact: roughly 100,000 people died in the immediate aftermath.

What was the most destructive volcanic eruption ever recorded in the Philippines and other countries?

Which volcanic eruptions were the deadliest?

Eruption Year Casualties
Mount Pinatubo, Philippines 1991 3503
Mount St. Helens, Washington 1980 573
Kilauea, Hawaii 1924 11
Lassen Peak, California 1915 4

What was the most destructive volcanic eruption ever recorded in the Philippines and in other country?

The Deadliest Volcanic Eruptions

Volcano Year Deaths
Mayon, Philippines 1814 1,200
Agung, Indonesia 1963 1,184
Cotopaxi, Ecuador 1877 1,000
Pinatubo, Philippines 1991 800

How long did the Taal eruption last 2020?

Alert Level 3 (Magmatic Unrest) was raised over Taal Volcano at 3:37 PM today, after a phreatomagmatic eruption from the Main Crater occurred at 3:16 PM. The eruption lasted five (5) minutes based on visual monitors and generated a dark jetted plume approximately one (1) kilometer high.

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