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Stari Most: The Mostar Bridge

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The Old Bridge in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

ante de la creme

The subject of this drone video by ante de la creme is one of the world's most famous bridges - Stari Most (translated as "Old Bridge") in the town of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The stone arch bridge over the Neretva River is a modest 29 meters (about 130 feet) but when it was completed in the mid-16th century it was considered a monumental structure. During the Yugoslav Civil War, the Mostar Bridge was hit by dozen of shells and virtually destroyed; it was later carefully reconstructed. This video was a DVOW finalist in October, 2019. 

Aerial Tour of Bosnia Herzegovina

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Bosnia and Herzegovina 2018 - DJI Mavic Air 4K

mywaytotravel

For an overview tour of Bosnia Herzegovina, it's hard to beat this aerial compilation by Mywaytotravel.  Shot with a DJI Mavic Pro drone, the video takes us over most of the well known sights of this ancient Balkan land, which was once part of the Yugoslav Federation.  Covering both the natural beauty of the country as well as its historical and cultural treasures, you'll see some great bird's eye views of Mostar, Sarajevo, Kravice waterfalls, Pocitelj, Konjic, and Buna.  

Mostar: Bosnian Cultural Treasure

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Mostar - Bosnia and Herzegovina

HikeTheWorld

In medievel times, it was the 'mostari' who fiercely guarded the landmark bridge shown in this video, and the surrounding city itself - Mostar, in Bosnia Herzegovina - was named after them.  The Neretva River, which flows beneath the bridge, is one of the largest within the greater Adriatic Basin.  As we can see in this charming drone video, contributer HikeTheWorld captured this sight perfectly in the early morning light, as it quietly awaits tourists and locals alike.

Bosnia by Drone

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Bosnia from Above | 4K Drone Video

hamza_mujtaba

Bosnia Herzegovina is perhaps the most distinctive of the countries which emerged after Yugoslavia tragically collapsed into a long and bloody civil war in the 1990's.  In this video, top AirVuz contributor Hamza Mujtaba takes us on an aerial tour of this magnificent land, Europe's only Muslim-majority country.  Using his DJI Mavic Pro drone, he gives us bird's eye views of the country, including spectacular shots of the bridge in the medieval city Mostar.

Sarajevo, Srebrenik, and More

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THIS IS BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

ByCosaPhotography

Despite its modest land area of about 50k square km (20k square mi), Bosnia and Herzegovina is blessed with an extremely high density of natural, cultural, and historical sites.  In this remarkable drone video, contributor Bycasa photography treats us to a magnificent aerial tour of this Balkan nation which had been part of Yugoslavia before its dissolution  It features footage of the capital city of Sarajevo, the famous fortresses of Srebrenik, and other top attractions.  

Bosnia's Complex Past

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Meeting of Cultures - Bosnia

DanDrone

Bosnia Herzegovina is the most ethnically and religiously diverse of the former Yugoslavian countries.  Unlike other parts of the Balkans under Ottoman rule, the people of Bosnia largely adopted the Islamic faith, although the Muslim majority peacefully exists with substantial Catholic and Eastern Orthodox minorities.  Contributor Dan Drone had these ideas in mind when he created this amazing drone video from a trip to this Balkan land. 

Bosnian Mountains in Winter

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Snowy Bosnia

emirdzanan

If you want to see an iconic looking winter mountain scene, check out this drone video of the mountains of Bosnia Herzegovina by contributor emirdzanan.  Bjelašnica and Igman are neighboring mountains which are situated just to the southwest of the Bosnian capital city Sarajevo.  Both mountains saw serious fighting in the brutal seige of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War which followed the collapse of Yugoslavia.  With two plus decades to heal, the area has reverted to its former magnificent state.

DVOW Nominee from Bosnia-Herzegovina

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To find the boundaries

scientik

The reveal shots in this piece are unreal - specifically the one 24 seconds in. It should come as no surprise that it comes from 2017 Drone Video of the Year nominee Scientik. This piece, nominated for Drone Video of the Week, was shot in the mountains of beautiful Bosnia and Herzegovina on his DJI Mavic 2 Pro. Filled with 100% aerial shots of those gorgeous mountain scenics, a mountain climber, a tightrope walker, and more it's another gem by Scientik. 

Srebrenik Fortress

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Srebrenik fortress - Bosnia and Herzegovina (DJI Mavic Pro)

Tamas Varga

The spectacular medieval Srebrenik Fortress lies in the northeastern corner of Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the Balkan Peninsula in Southeastern Europe.  While the fortress was abandoned shortly after being built in the 14th century, it is one of the best-preserved medieval fortresses in all of Europe.  It was the birthplace of Tvrtko I Kotromanić first king of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Contributor Tamas Vargas used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this amazing video, which begins with a selfie and then reveals the mighty fortification.

Mt. Bjelašnica in Spring

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Bosnia Spring

emirdzanan

The mountains of Bosnia Herzegovina offer some of the most spectacular scenery of Southeastern Europe, and never more so in the springtime.  Witness this beautiful drone video by contributor emirdzanan.  He used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone to create this beautiful aerial of Mt. Bjelašnica in the south central part of the country, just as Spring was beginning to emerge.  With a peak elevation of a bit over 2k meters (just under 6.8k ft.), it's a short  drive southwest of Bosnia's capital city, Sarajevo.  

 

Štrbački buk: Bosnia's Great Waterfall

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Štrbački buk, Una National park - fast pass

Vladimir D

Here's a fantastic aerial view of one of the natural wonders of the Balkans, compliments of Vladimir D.  It's the Štrbački buk waterfall on the Una River in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, near the Croatian border.  The falls have a total drop of about 25 meters or a bit over 80 feet.  Despite being relatively close to the Adriatic Sea, the water you see here ends up far to the northeast; the Una is a tributary of the Sava, which joins the Danube and ends its course in the Black Sea.  

Drone Tour of Sarajevo

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Sarajavo Aerial

emirdzanan

Contributor Emirdzanan created this beautiful video of modern Sarajevo.  Now the capital of Bosnia Herzegovina, Sarajevo was the site of one of history's most monumental events.  In June, 1914, the Archduke of Austria Hungary and his wife were visiting the city when they were assassinated by a Serbian terrorist.  Austria Hungary, believing that the Serbian government was complicit in the killing, set a chain of events in motion which ended with the outbreak of the conflict now known as World War I.

Ljubuski: Western Bosnia

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Spring in Ljubuski

Andrej Vištica

Ljubuski is a small village in the West Herzegovina Canton in southern Bosnia Herzegovina, lying near the country's western border with Croatia.  Situated in the foothills of some of Bosnia's spectacular mountains, the region is full of rivers and waterfalls which drain the elevated areas.  Drone pilot Andrej Vištica created this amazing look at some of the natural scenery around the town during the spring season.  As you'll see, the spring runoff feeds some spectacular looking falls.

Biha Waterfall

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Blihin vodopad / Bliha waterfall

wanya1982

As a mountainous land which receives a good deal of rainfall, it's not surprising that waterfalls are an important part of the landscape of Bosnia Herzegovina.  One of the more spectacular examples is Blihin (Bliha) Falls, which lies on the river of the same name.  It's located near the town of Sanski Most, which is part of the Una-Sana Canton in the northwestern corner of the country.  Contributor Wanya1982 used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to aerially film this natural wonder in the dead of winter.  

Relics of Sarajevo's Olympics

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Olympic Ski Jump and Hotel Igman, Sarajevo

adnanz75

Adanz75 used a drone to film a sad reminder of the violence that engulfed Yugoslavia just a few years after Sarajevo hosted the 1984 Olympic Winter Games.  Less than a decade later, Yugoslavia had dissolved and much of the region had plunged into a bloody civil war whose epicenter was in what is now Bosnia Herzegovina.  While Bosnia and indeed all of its former compatriots have since recovered, the remains of the Olympic site are a sad reminder of this late 20th century tragedy.

Bjelašnica and Visočica: Mountains of Bosnia

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Bosnian mountains winter flight (DJI Mavic Pro)

Tamas Varga

Contributor Tamas Varga used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this beautiful aerial tour of two of the most prominent mountains in the central part of Bosnia Herzegovina.  Bjelašnica, less than a half hour's drive southwest from the capital city Sarajevo, has its highest peak at an elevation of 2.1k meters (about 6.8k ft.).   Visočica is actually a small range lying a bit further to the southwest.  Its highest peak is just a bit shorter than Bjelašnica, just under 2.0k meters (about 6.5k ft.) above sea level.

Wintry Una-Sana Canton

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Medieval town Kljuc & Dragon pass in winter ambience!

wanya1982

Contributor Wanya1982 created this beautiful drone video of the wintry scene around Ključ, a town in the northwestern part of Bosnia Herzegovina.  It's located in the Una-Sana Canton, one of the ten provinces which make up this Balkan country.  The Canton covers the northwestern corner of the country.  It's named after its two principal rivers: the Una and Sana. During the civil war which erupted with the dissolution of Yugoslavia, this area was held by Bosnian Serbs for a time.  

Mostar: Bosnia's #5 City

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Mostar: Famous Bridge City

AlexAvsharov

The city of Mostar is one of the cultural and historical gems of Bosnia and Herzegovina.  This very well-preserved medieval town is located in the south-central part of the country and is its fifth largest city.  It's most well known for its famous bridge over the Neretva River called Stari Most ("Old Bridge").   In this video, Alex Avsharov used his DJI Mavic Air to give us a breathtaking aerial view of Mostar and its bridge, which was heavily damaged in the Yugoslav civil war of the mid-1990's.  

Treasures of the Herzegovina Region

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Bosnia 波斯尼亞

minglam

Top contributor Minglam created this beautiful drone video from southern Bosnia Herzegovina, the landlocked country in Southeastern Europe.  Both spots are in the Herzegovina region, which covers the southern part of the country.  The first spot is Jablaničko Lake, an artificial lake created as a reservoir for the dam of the same name.  The second spot is the city of Mostar, a medieval treasure which is the capital of the Herzegovina region.  

Sarajevo, Doboj, Mostar, and More

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Bosnia and Herzegovina 4K 2017 - DJI Phantom 3 Professional

AdemKaya87

Here's a nice aerial tour of some well-known spots in the Southeast European country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, compliments of AdemKaya87.  The locations featured in the vide include (1) the capital city of Sarajevo, famously beseiged during the long Yugoslav Civil Wars of the 1990's; Doboj, a city on the Bosna River in the Republika Srpska region; Mostar, a famously well-preserved city in southern Bosnia; and Blagaj - Vrelo Bune, on the Buna River.  

The Una River

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Amazing Una river

emirdzanan

Bosnia's Strbacki Buk waterfall lies on the Una River near the border with Croatia.  It is one of the most magnificent natural sites in this Balkan country.  In this drone video, contributor  Emirdzanan gives us an incredible aerial view of the falls on the river which was given the Latin name for "Beauty" by the Romans who  discovered it in the Antiquity.  The falls have a height of about 25 meters (just over 80 ft.).  The video was shot with a DJI Inspire 1 drone.

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