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Do they have earthquakes in Italy?

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Earthquakes can happen anywhere.

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Italy is prone to many earthquakes ranging from 4.0 magnitude to 6.0, however, there have been quakes measuring 7.0 or more. The 1908 Messina earthquake is believed to have been a 7.2.


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well there is of course floods and earthquakes but it is really rare for a tornado to happen but it did once.


yes, eg in Britain and Italy, where there are old faultlines



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