Mount Etna Park is one of Italy's main protected natural areas, located on the island of Sicily in the south of the country. The main feature of the park is stratovolcano Etna (3,357 m / 11,013 ft), its highest and most prominent mountain. The volcano is one of the most active on earth and is constantly erupting. Interestingly, the second main and slightly more famous volcano in Italy, Vesuvio 1,281 m (4,203 ft), is half as low and yet is one of the 25 Italian national parks, which is not to say about Etna, which is a local park. In total there are 184 named mountains in Mount Etna.
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