In Kamchatka, the largest volcano in Eurasia Klyuchevskoy ejects ash from the crater to a height of one kilometer. Ash plume stretches for dozens of miles. On the south-western slope of the giant stream of molten lava pours.
During the day, it was more 100 earthquakes. Danger to communities not informed "Times Online".
Klyuchevskoy considered the highest active volcano in Eurasia. Height giant — 4000 750 meters above sea level. Giant is 32 kilometers from the village to the east of Kamchatka Keys, home to five thousand people. Usually eruption occur every five or six years. A new period of activity observed in the present, began in August 2009.
A strong and neighboring Kluchevskoy Shiveluch. This giant threw ashes on the five-kilometer altitude. He recorded 166 earthquakes. But the danger to the settlements, he also represents.
Ash emissions also recorded on Karymskii 125 kilometers north of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. Giant threw ash to a height of more than three feet above sea level.
Karymsky Shiveluch and Klyuchevskoy along with Mount Nameless is the most active volcanoes in Kamchatka. Meanwhile, along the east coast of Kamchatka concentrated 29 active and about 300 extinct volcanoes.