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Homes and luxury dwellings on the island of La Palma have been buried under feet of volcanic ash, courtesy of the volcano known as La Cumbre Vieja. Scenes of everyday life interrupted, including children’s swings and living rooms, look like something out of a post-apocalyptic sci fi movie. La Cumbre Vieja began erupting in September, and volcanologists don’t know when it will stop. Meanwhile, it continues to make the familiar strange.
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