Living Fire The natural phenomenon due to the emanation of natural gas that comes to the surface by fissures of the Earth’s crust, being lit by the sun’s rays, sometimes by people, has been named the Living Fire in this sub-Carpathian area of Buzau, near the village of Terca in Buzau County, at an altitude of approximately 1030 meters. The height of the flames in the ground depends on the pressure of the accumulated gases in the interior, but also on the meteorological conditions.
“Fire is burning. Fire is burning! It’s glowing! It’s glowing.!” These are some of the lines in our bonfire song during our scouting days.
Interesting…would love to see it
Never heard about this before, so interesting & curious!!! Thank you so much for this publication!!!
A very interesting natural phenomenon!
Quite amazing! I believe I saw something like this in Azerbaijan.
Thank you for you comment dear friend Norman! Have a bless day!
Thanks so much for a very interesting post I had no idea this happened.
?, yes my dear Pamela, its true. Thanks for comment. Have a good afternoon!
I agree that it is a rare natural phenomenon. There is no danger of fires.
I have seen documentaries on this. Image not knowing about it and stumbling on this.
Hi,, Yes Kim, is a natural phenomenon very rarely encountered in the world.