Athens, Greece (AP) The world’s most active volcanoes have been named after some of the world’s best-known volcanoes, with the volcanoes in the Greek capital, Athens, named after them.
The naming was announced Wednesday in the country’s capital.
The name of the Tepco volcano, which has been active since 1979, is Tepu, a reference to the Greek word for mountain.
Tepo is also the name of a volcanic island off the island of Sicily.
A small volcano on the island is called Mavros.
It is named after a Greek goddess of the sun, and it is located on the north side of the island.
Another large volcano, Mount Krapina, is named for a Greek hero, the Krapins, who fought for the Athenian Republic.
Another volcano is called Paphos.
It sits on the southern coast of the mainland, and is also called Pahos.
The naming of other hot spots in the city is also in line with tradition.
Last year, the city’s main shopping street was named after the city and its famous tourist attractions, such as the Acropolis, the Acme and the Circus Maximus.