Vesuvius after the first Plinian eruption
The Plinian eruption of the Base Pumices causes the partial emptying of the magma chamber and the consequent collapse of the medium-high part of the building, which generates a large depression.
and a cauldron. The landscape is completely devastated by the accumulation of thick deposits of pumice and the flow of pyroclastic flows.
Plastic after the first Plinian eruption of the basic pumices