There is a house that has been completely preserved from lava and ash from an island in the Spanish Canary Islands, which was heavily damaged by a volcanic eruption.

According to Spanish media such as El Mundo, a small house with an orange roof was miraculously damaged in the volcanic eruption that began on the 19th in Cumbrevieja National Park on La Palma Island in the Canary Islands, despite being covered with lava on all sides. Didn't.

Owned by a retired Danish couple in their 80s, the home was empty.

A Danish couple visits La Palma several times a year and stays in this house, but it is known that they have never come since the COVID-19 pandemic.

In an interview with Elmundo daily, Ada Mnikendam, who said that she built this house herself, said she was happy to see the house she and her husband built intact. I'm glad I gave it to you," he said.

The volcanic eruption on La Palma Island has so far destroyed more than 400 houses and displaced more than 7,000 people.

It was the first large-scale eruption of a volcano in the Canary Islands since 1971.

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