I want to go to Florence to study art but I'm afraid of earthquake, is there risk of earthquake in Florence?
- JohnLv 72 years ago
You're just not grown up enough to go to school in Florence. They are actually adults in Italy.
- conley39Lv 72 years ago
There's some risk, but it isn't high. When I was living in Mirandola Italy in 2012 there was damage from a series of earthquakes - the first major ones there in some 500 years. While it can happen, the likelihood is low. The last relatively big quake in Florence was a 5.2 in 1985 and did little damage to the city. I wouldn't let this stop me from a wonderful opportunity to study in Florence.
- Orla CLv 72 years ago
There hasn't been major earthquake in Florence for several hundred years.
- Rona LachatLv 72 years ago
Is there a risk? YES.
Will you be there when it happens? Maybe.
Will the building you are in or near be damaged Maybe.
Will the next earthquake be in your lifetime? Maybe
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- ?Lv 72 years ago
- Anonymous2 years ago
What about meteors?!? Beware the meteors!
- ChrisLv 72 years ago
Go there, and, if there's an earthquake warning, leave.
- TedExLv 72 years ago
Sure, there is a risk of an earthquake. Space aliens might invade the city. Godzilla might rise out of the sea, a volcano may erupt,, the Russians might nuke the city . Are you going to go through life fearing what MIGHT happen but probably wont???? Man, you need to get a life