This afternoon Tommaso Zorzi, on holiday in Sicily returning from a visit, showed on his social networks a phenomenon that occurred inside his accommodation: the deposition of Etna lava dust on all surfaces.
In these days Tommaso Zorzi is spending the holidays in Sicily in the company of some friends and her boyfriend Thomas Stanzani.
Today, after taking a few hours off to visit the area, they found the house in which they are staying totally covered with a layer of dust lava coming fromEtna, not far from the area.
The winner of the Big Brother Vip 5 reported the phenomenon in his own Instagram stories, showing his followers how a layer of black dust has deposited on any surface.
The trip into nature
Today Tommaso Zorzi is Tommaso Stanzani they went to visit some areas of the Sicily rich in unspoiled nature and monuments of inestimable historical value.
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The couple reported in their own Instagram stories the photo and video of wonderful natural and historical scenarios of undisputed beauty.
In some cases, the inevitable irony of Thomas Zorzi ensured that the visit was transformed into a dissemination service in which the conductor de Point Z he explained to his parents followers the places of culture visited by the two, with the typical tone of voice that is frequently assumed by documentary makers.
Lava dust on the house
Back from the visit, Tommaso Zorzi posted some Instagram stories in which he showed ai followers a very particular phenomenon that can sometimes occur in the areas adjacent to theEtna, and in general close to volcanoes: the house in which Thomas, her fiance and her friends staying during the vacation was covered with a noticeable layer of dust lava.
Thomas Zorzi show in video how every external surface has actually been overwhelmed by this phenomenon: stairs, floors, even pillows some of the beds are covered in a dark layer that is removed in a single hand.
But it is certainly there that strikes more than other things pool, whose backdrop from blue, as swimming pools often are, it shows itself totally dark because of dust lava filed during the day.