The eruption of the Mont Pele volcano

The Lesser Antilles consists entirely of extinct or active volcanoes. The most active is Mont Pele (one thousand three hundred and fifty meters), located on Martinka Island, became famous for its destructive eruptions.

The most powerful and devastating eruption occurred on May 8, 1902, which suddenly happened. A huge dark cloud burst out of the crack at the base of the volcano. It consisted of water vapor and hot gases. It rose at first upward, and then rushed with a terrifying roar to the side of the mountain at the city of Saint-Pierre, located eight kilometers from the volcano. Within one minute, the city turned into a giant bonfire.

The ships standing in the harbor were defeated, and nothing remained in the city. The entire population of the city (about twenty-eight thousand people) was burnt alive in a matter of minutes.

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