In Central Italy Thursday, 3 November, an earthquake of magnitude 4.8. It is reported by the European-Mediterranean seismological centre.

According to experts, the earthquake occurred at 02:35 local time (03:35 Moscow time). Its epicenter was located 134 km North of Rome and 55 miles East of Perugia affected by the earthquake of October 26. The earthquake lies at a depth of 8 km, the report said. About destructions and victims is not known.

On the eve of the national Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV) reported a 3.3 magnitude earthquake that occurred in the province of Macerata, says Il Secolo.

Last week in Central Italy occurred three earthquakes.
30 Oct tremors were felt in the capital Rome and in Florence. The epicenter was between the towns of Norcia, PRECI and Castelsantangelo Sul Nera.

Two tremors of magnitude of 5.4 and 5.9 occurred on October 26 in the area located between the provinces of Macerata and Perugia. Many buildings in towns in the Central part of the Apennine mountain range was destroyed. The earthquake about three thousand people were left homeless. Dozens of people were injured, was not dead. The tremors were distinctly felt almost all over the country, including in Rome.

August 24, in Italy there was a powerful earthquake of magnitude 6.0. It was followed by a series of powerful aftershocks. The disaster has led to extensive destruction in the settlements Accumuli, Amatrice, Post, Arquata del Tronto and Pescara del Tronto. Killing almost 300 people, more than 400 people were injured, about 2.5 thousand homeless.

In Italy, there was another earthquake of magnitude 4.8 03.11.2016

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