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The last volcano to erupt in Iceland was the Eyjafjallajökull volcano which erupted twice in April 2010, most recently on Thursday, April 15 causing flights to be delayed in airports all across Europe.
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the Eyjafjallajokull volcano, in iceland


The volcano erupted on April 14, 2010 for a second time in less than a month.


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You're probably thinking of the second, much larger volcano in Iceland that began showing signs that it may be about to erupt after the start of the Eyjafjallajökull eruption. That volcano is named Katla.


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Quite a few volcanoes have erupted in Iceland. The ones that erupt most often are for example Hekla and Krafla. However, the most famous volcano is Eyjafjallajökull.