What is the most destructive volcano in the Philippines?

Taal is the most lethal of the Philippines’ 21 active volcanoes, although the country has more than 200 overall. Its eruptions have been recorded since the late 1500s but casualties were only recorded from 1754 onwards. So far, the volcano has caused at least 6,000 deaths.

What are the two most destructive volcanoes in the Philippines?

The volcanoes of the Philippines rank as the most deadly and costly in the world: about 13% of its historic eruptions have caused fatalities, most notably at Taal and Mayon, and 22% of its eruptions caused significant damage.

What is the most destructive volcano?

Which volcanic eruptions were the deadliest?

Eruption Year Casualties
Mount St. Helens, Washington 1980 573
Kilauea, Hawaii 1924 11
Lassen Peak, California 1915 4
Mount Vesuvius, Italy 79 A.D. 3,3602

What was the worst eruption in history?

Volcanic eruptions

Human death toll Volcano Year
71,000 to 250,100+ (regarded as having caused the Year Without a Summer, creating famines and epidemics across the Northern Hemisphere) Mount Tambora 1815
36,000+ Most of these deaths were not attributed to the eruption itself, but to the tsunami generated by it. Krakatoa 1883
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