Mount Etna, Europe's most active volcano, erupted sending ash and chunks of lava rock down on the Northeastern part of Sicily over the weekend.
Wow -- Dutch historian Jo Teeuwisse is obsessed with creating these haunting then-and-now composite photos of Europe during World War II.
Don't miss the rest of her amazing collection.
Three summer months traveling across Europe, as captured by David Smith.
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