'Miracle house' spared from La Palma lava
The images taken on Monday (September 20) and Tuesday (September 21) show lava flows from the Cumbre Vieja volcano engulfing a residential area.
A single piece of land, on which the "Wunderhaus" is located, was spared the destruction.
Black lava flows have slowly advanced west since Sunday September 19, burning everything in their path, including homes and schools.
The lava destroyed almost 200 houses and forced thousands of people to flee.
About 6,000 of the 80,000 inhabitants of La Palma have been evacuated since Sunday.
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