Earthquake at near Rome – 20:43:47 (UTC) Magnitude 3.4 at a depth of 5 KM – @ Colonna, Italy

There was just an earthquake 1 KM north of Colonna, Italy, in the Castelli Romani 24 KM SE of Rome. 20:43:47 (UTC) Magnitude 3.4 at a depth of 5 KM.

This is near well-known places such as Frascati and other producers of the Lazio white wine, such as Monteporzio Catone, Fontana Candida, and, over the hills, Castel Gandolfo.

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4 Responses to Earthquake at near Rome – 20:43:47 (UTC) Magnitude 3.4 at a depth of 5 KM – @ Colonna, Italy

  1. mepoindexter says:

    Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.

  2. RichR says:

    3.4 is the type of earthquake that is often felt, but only causes minor damage. There are close to 30,000 earthquakes per year globally. It’s disruptive, but not apocalyptic.

  3. RichR says:

    Correction: there are 30,000 earthquakes of this magnitude per year.