Volcanoes, artists and scientists: why exploding mountains fascinate us all


Warhol's Vesuvius

Warhol’s Vesuvius

Legendary vulcanologist Haraldur Sigurðsson has spent five decades taking the temperatures of volcanoes around the world. In 2009, he established a museum in his Icelandic hometown to house his collection of art and historical artefacts related to exploding mountains. Adam Smith travels to the Iceland to meet him.

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