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The Roman Forum

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Imperial ROME

  • druno
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  • about 1 month ago

To see the power of cinematic first person view (FPV) video, check out this stunning piece from the ruins of ancient Rome by former Drone Video Award winner Druno.  He was able to fly his FPV quadcopter through the Forum, the heart of Imperial Rome and one of the world's most famous archaelogical sites.  Opening with a shot of the Colosseum, he heads into the great public square immediately to its north, which was the heart of the Roman Republic and later Imperial Rome.  From the Temple of Saturn to the Arh of Titus, you will be astounded.

Mont-Saint-Michel, France

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Mont-Saint-Michel like never before! - Cinematic FPV

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  • 11 days ago

You may have seen drone video of France's Mont-Saint-Michel, the tidal island which lies off the coast of Normandy.  However, you've probably never seen anything like this first person view (FPV) video of the great 8th century monastery-fortress which sits atop the isand, compliments of AirVuz contributor and FPV pilot Fincky.  In cooperation with the  Le Centre des Monuments Nationaux, the town of Mont-Saint-Michel, and Paris Match magazine, he used an FPV racing quad to create a highly cinematic view of one of France's most iconic sites.  

Famous Hollywood Sign, California, USA

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Hollywood Sign | MrGeeSeeks


You may have seen drone videos of the famous Hollywood sign in the hills above Los Angeles, but probably othing like what you will see in this first person view (FPV) video by AirVuz contributor and pilot mrgeekseeks.  Using an FPV-equipped racing quad, he gives us this unique perspective on one of California's most iconic sights.  Loated in the Hollywood Hills area in the Santa Monica Mountains, the 14 meter (roughly 45 ft.) landmark was originally created in 1923 as a temporary real estate advertisement.

Lakhta Center, St. Petersburg, Russia

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FPV Diving Lakhta Center, Europe's Tallest Skyscraper


The Lakhta Center, which was completed in 2018, stands nearly half a kilometer (460 meters, or about 1.5k ft.) above St. Petersburg, Russia.  It is, by a significant margin, the tallest building in Europe.  While it was being built, contributor and FPV pilot Controlflow took an epic dive down the building using a racing drone.  As you watch it that the drone is being flown via video goggles at ground level. The dive has made itself a nominee in our 2nd Annual Drone Video Awards FPV Freestyle Technical category.

The Genoese Fortress, Crimea

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Fortress on the cliff. The ruins of an ancient greek city


See one of the most popular and prominent attractions in the Crimean peninsula, the Genoese Fortress, in this Travel FPV video by craig_dt. It's located near Sudak, in the middle of Crimea's southeastern coastline.  Built in 1371, the fortress was a stronghold of the Soldayya colony with wall that was nearly 2 meters (6 ft.) thick. Craig_dt is also giving us an aerial tour of Mount Mithridat, a large hill located on the eastern Kerch Peninsula in Crimea. The view from the top of the hill is impeccable, stretching out as far as the Caucasus shore. 

Monument Circle, Indianapolis

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Indianapolis Monument Circle FPV


Monument Circle in Indianapolis, Indiana is home to the Sailors and Soldiers Monument, which was completed in 1902.  This limestone monument is now a symbol of both it's home city and state, and due to the empty streets caused by the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic, it was an alluring challenge for FPV pilot vitopulverenti.  Watch this cinematic edit in which he uses his GoPro, his skilled flying manuevers and ReelSteady to create an epic freestyling treat.  We enjoyed it so much we put him on our FPV Pilots to Watch list in April 2020.

Germany's Neuschwanstein Castle

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Castle Neuschwanstein during sunset


Most of us have seen incredible drone footage of Germany's iconic  Neuschwanstein Castle, but never the likes of what first person view (FPV) pilot TimFeistner offers up in this video.  While the stunning landmark in Bavaria was closed in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, this skilled freestyler found a silver lining and used the opportunity to cruise around the castle and it's breathtaking environs. Diving the "fairy tale" spires, he gives us a tour that's most definitely not on the usual sightseeing agenda

Kiev's Motherland Statue

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Giant statue captured with fpv drone


You may have heard of or even seen videos of the Motherland statue in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, but you've probably never seen it from the perspective you'll get in this first person view (fpv) video.  The giant monument known locally as Rodina Mat stands just over 100 meters (330 ft.) above the hills overlooking the Dneiper River.  It commemorates the immense losses sustained by the Ukraine in the Great Patriotic War, aka World War II, when the country was part of the USSR.  The statue is part of a WWII museum. 

Croatia's St. Nicholas Fortress

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St. Nicholas Fortress (Croatia)

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Check out this amazing first person view (FPV) video of a famous fortress in Croatia, compliments of contributor and FPV pilot Livyu FPV.  It's called St. Nicholas Fortress, and it's located in the town of Šibenik, which lies just north of Split on the Dalmatian Coast.  The fortress was built in the early 16th century by the Venetians who controlled the Dalmatian Coast at the time; it guards the entrance to the town's harbor.  Designed by a famous architect from Venice, St. Nicholas is a UNESCO World Heritage site.  

The Dom Luis Bridge, Porto, Portugal

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Check out this stunning first person view (FPV) video of the great Portuguese city of Porto (Oporto), compliments of contributor and FPV pilot  Shot at sunset, the "star" of the video is the Dom Luís I Bridge, the first in the city to span the Douro River.  The bridge was designed by French civil engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose name is affixed to the famous tower in Paris.  When the bridge opened in 1888, it was the world's longest metal arch bridge; its upper deck has a total lenth of 395 meters (just under 1.3k ft.).   

Caernarfon Castle, Wales, UK

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F o r t r e s S

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Check out this amazing first person view (FPV) video of one of the most famous Welsh fortresses, compliments of contributor and FPV pilot Droneruk.  Caernarfon Castle situated in County Gwynedd in the northwestern part of Wales.  The current structure dates to the late 13th century, and was part of a system of fortresses built by England's King Edward I as part of his campaign to pacify Wales.  The castle later played an important role in the English Civil War which raged in the mid-17th century.  

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway FPV


Here's something you definitely don't see every day: a first person view (FPV) video from a racing drone cruising one of the world's most famous racetracks.  AirVuz contributor and FPV pilot vitopulverenti was able to get permission from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to fly around the fabled track at the Indy 500 venue.  Located about 10 km (around 6 mi.) west of downtown Indianapolis, the roughly 4 km (around 2.5 mi.) oval track is the largest sports venue in the world; it has capacity for over a quarter-million spectators.

New York's Queensboro Bridge

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Diving the Queensboro bridge


The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge was completed over 100 years ago in 1909 over the East River in New York City, New York. Also known as the 59th Street Bridge because its Manhattan end is located between 59th and 60th streets, it is a cantilever bridge and is a bit over 1.1k meters (3.7k ft.) in length.   In this first person view (FPV) video by AirVuz contributor Dovescape_fpv, you will get a unique perspective on this iconic Big Apple landmark; this was picked as an AirVuz FPV Pilot to Watch video from October of 2019.

Archaeological Site, Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia - Johnny FPV


Top first person view (FPV) pilot and drone racer JohnnyFPV, who travels the world making FPV freestyle videos, created this magnificent video from Mada'in Saleh, an archaelogical site in northwestern Saudi Arabia .  With full permission from the requisite authorities, he gives us a unique view of one of the most iconic desert landscapes from the vantage of a quad-mounted GoPro. This was the Winning video in the 2nd Annual Drone Video Awards in the Cinematic FPV category and was FPV Video of the Year.

The Budapest Statue of Liberty

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Statue of Liberty, Budapest, Hungary


The Liberty Statue of Freedom Statue is a monument on the Gallery Hill in Budapest, Hungary. Opened in 1947 it was created to honor those who sacrificed their lives for the independence and prosperity of the country.  Erected at the end of World War II after the Soviet liberation of the country from Nazi Germany (which invaded Hungary following its attempt to switch sides), the statue used to have verbiage in Russian that has since been removed. Tiny Whoop pilot atthefpvs flew the statue in this video.

Moscow State University Building

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Drone Dive from MSU Building, Moscow

  • SH FPV
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  • almost 2 years ago

Since it was completed in 1953, the Main Building of Moscow State University has been the most visible landmark in Moscow.  And yet, you've probably never seen this (rare) Stalinist architectural masterpiece from the perspective of a racing drone.  That's right.  Flying his racing quadcopter with first person view (FPV) goggles, Contributor Shelestpv took a dive down this massive structure, for decades the tallest building in Europe and still the world's tallest educational building.  

The Hagia Sophia Museum, Istanbul

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Fpv Drone Cinematic Shoot in Ayasofya (Hagia Sophia) istanbul


The Hagia Sophia is one of the most important Byzantine structures ever built because it stands as a reminder and monument to artistic and architectural achievement. Formerly a Greek Orthodox Christian cathedral, then an Ottoman imperial mosque, and now a museum in Istanbul, Turkey the massive, domed-structure was built in the Middle Ages. Pilot Enes_Fpv hit up the landmark and set his cinematic FPV skills to the test over the incredible, ancient structure. 

Lotte Tower, Seoul, South Korea

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Diving Lotte Tower, World's Fifth Tallest Building

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  • Wons fpv
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  • about 1 year ago

In this first person view (FPV) video by contributor and drone pilot wons fpv, you'll see the tallest skyscraper in South Korea from an entirely new perspective.  Completed in 2016, the 123 story Lotte Tower stands almost 555 meters tall (just over 1.8k ft.) above the streets of Seoul.  Nearly twice as tall as the next tallest building in the capital city, it's the fifth tallest in the world as of early 2019.  Wons fpv advises that he flew with permission from the building and took appropriate safety precautions.    

Italy's Rocca Calascio Fortress

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FPV - Rocca Calascio - Italy

  • CataFpv
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    • 16
  • about 1 year ago

Built of stone and masonry for the military, never for nobles, the great Rocca Calascio is a mountaintop fortress in the Province of L’Aquila in Abruzzo, Italy.  It’s the highest fortress in the Apennines, the chain of mountains which runs down the "spine" of Italy.   First person view (FPV) mini quad pilot CataFpv flew his 5-inch quad to fly around the ancient fortress in central Italy, using his skills as a pilot and video editor to create this epic video. 

Indonesia's Largest Statue, Bali

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  • about 2 years ago

Check out the Indonesian island paradise of Bali from an entirely new perspective in this first person view (FPV) video by contributor and FPV pilot Ryantlx.  He captured some epic FPV footage usingof this island in southern Indonesia a TBS Crossfire racing drone.  The highlight of the clip is some footage of a giant copper and brass statue of the Hindu God Wisnu which was then under construction; taking five years to build at a cost of over US$100 million, it's believed to be the world's largest statue.  

The Grand Mosque, Central Java

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Central Java Grand Mosque


Located in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, the Great Mosque of Central Java can be seen by FPV drone, courtesy of pilot BanzaiFPV. The mosque covers 25 acres and has three central buildings arranged in the shape of a U with the domed mosque at the centre. In the central courtyard are six hydraulically operated umbrellas, although closed in this video, they are used to protect worshipers from the rain or sun and represent the six tenets of iman. 

The Roman Colosseum

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One of the very few silver linings of the Spring, 2020 Covid-19 pandemic was the opportunity granted to first person view (FPV) pilots to capture scenes of places which ordinarily would be impossible to fly over.  Case in point is this fantastic FPV piece from top AirVuz contributor zippomaker.  He was able to use an FPV racing quad to film one of the most iconic sights of Europe: the Roman Colosseum.  One of the great landmarks of the Antiquity, the great open-air stadium was built in the first century AD and could hold up to 80k spectactors.   

World's Tallest Masonry Structure, Montana, USA

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SMELTR - Diving the Tallest Surviving Masonry Structure

  • blastr
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  • over 1 year ago

Contributor and FPV pilot Airblastr created this incredibly cinematic FPV video of a dive down one of the great landmarks of the USA's rich mining history.   The Anaconda Smelter Stack, better known as the Big Stack, istands at a height of 180 meters (about 585 ft.).  The tallest surviving masonry structure in the world, it was a critical process component for the smelter at the great Anaconda copper mine in Great Falls, Montana.  Built in the early 20th century, this was once the world's largest copper mine.   

Tallest Observation Deck in the Western Hemisphere

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Diving the worlds tallest outdoor observation deck


Among the wonders of New York City's gigantic Hudson Yards project is the Edge observation deck.  Located on the 100th floor of the tallest building in the complex, it stands 345 meters (a bit over 1.1k ft.) over street level on Manhattan's West Side - the tallest outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere.  Definitely up there, but not too high for first person view (FPV) pilot and AirVuz contributor BrooklynMarkFPV, who tackled the Edge with a spectacular FPV dive with his racing quad, truly one for the ages.   

Calatrava Tower, Barcelona, Spain

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Barcelona: Calatrava Tower FPV Dive

  • TapkiFPV
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  • over 3 years ago

Contributor and FPV TapkiFPV created this epic first person view (FPV) dive of one of the most visible landmarks from Barcelona's 1992 Olympic Games.  The Montjuïc Communications Tower (aka Calatrava Tower) was constructed in the years leading up to the games as part of the broadcasting infrastructure for the event.  Located in the Olympic Park, the tower stands just over 135 meters (446 ft.) tall.  Watch the video to get a unique perspective on this landmark on the city's Montjuïc hill.  

Poland's Tencyzn Castle

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Castle Ruin Poland


Located in Rudno, Poland the Tenczyn Castle is a medieval castle that was built as the seat of the once powerful Tęczyński family. The great landmark was completed in the early 14th century in the Polish Gothic-Polish Mannerism style.  Destroyed in the mid-17th century, it was rebuilt then fell to ruin after a fire in the mid-18th century.  Open to the public, it remains in a ruined state. See the unique castle via first person view (FPV) drone in this video by contributor and FPV pilot OMJ FPV. 

Costanera Center, Santiago, Chile

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Epic Dive at Gran Torre Santiago, Chile


Check out this unbelievable first person view (FPV) video of an epic diving session at South America's tallest building.  Contributor and FPV pilot prisvanrees strapped on his FPV goggles to take on the Gran Torre Santiago, the centerpiece of the Costanera Center office complex in the Chilean capital city.  Completed in 2013 at a cost of US $1 billion, the 64 story tower has an architectural height of 300 meters (984 ft.), making it the tallest building on the continent and one of the tallest in the Southern Hemisphere.

The Wignaourt Viadut, Malta

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Aqueducts & Tas-Salvatur Hill Gozo FPV

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The Wignacourt Aqueduct is a 17th-century aqueduct in Malta that was built to carry water from the springs of Dingli and Rabaatto the capital of Valletta that was created when the Knights of St. John took over control of the island. The aqueduct spans 26.5 km (16.46 miles). Tas-Salvatur Hill can be seen from most of the island of Gozo (part of the Maltese archipelago), and is topped by the statue of the Risen Christ, placed there in the 1970’s. Both incredible sites can be seen in this FPV Pilots to Watch video by Duncan DroneNuts.

World's Largest Gas Station

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FPVing the Largest Chevron in the World


Drone pilot Nikofilmz found the planet's largest Chevron gas station in Las Vegas, Nevada and saw nothing but an excellent opportunity to rip it up (times 96, to be exact).  He and his friend @doctor.carter had their quadcopters, armed with a Go Pro Hero 6 and 8, ready for some killer air-to-air through the rows and around the station, making some FPV magic.  It looked like a gas, and we were pretty pumped, so we put Nikofilmz on our FPV Pilots to Watch list in March 2020.

Ancient Ruins in Libya

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Leptis Magna

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Prepare to be blown away by this highly cinematic first person view (FPV) "tour" of an ancient ruins site in Libya, compliments of AirVuz contributor and pilot  Using an FPV-equipped racing quad, he created a one-of-a-kind view of Leptis Magna, an ancient ruins site near the town of Khoms, about 130 km (80 mi.) east of the city of Tripoli.  Founded by Phoenicians in the 7th century BC, the city came into the orbit of Carthage and later Rome.  A Vandal kingdom after the Fall of Rome, it was abandoned in the 7th century AD.    

Former Olympic Park in South Korea

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Olympic Park in Korea (Gangneung)


Gangneung is a city on the east coast of South Korea. Home to around 215,000 people, the city was the host of four of the venues featured in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games: Gangneung Hockey Centre, home of men’s ice hockey; Gangneung Curling Centre, home to the curling competition; Gangneung Oval which housed the speed skating track; Gangneung Ice Area, home to speed skating’s short track and figure skating. RussellFPV flew his quad at through the area, giving us a tour of the area we weren’t able to see during the Olympic games. 

New York's Historic Dakota Building

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The Dakota


Check out this fantastic first person view (FPV) drone video of one of the architectural landmarks of New York City: the Dakota.  AirVuz contributor and FPV pilot Sparkitekt used a racing quad to film the famous apartment co-operative, which is located at the intersection of Central Park West and 72nd St. on Manhattan's Upper West Side.  Completed in 1881, the Dakota was the site of one of the most shocking crimes of the 20th century: the gunshot murder of Beatles great John Lennon on December 8, 1980.    

Winter Olympics Ski Jump, Grenoble

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Flying above Winter Olympic Games Ski jump

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Check out this highly cinematic first person view (FPV) video from the storied French Alps city of Grenoble, compliments of AirVuz contributor and FPV pilot Drone My Life.  The video includes footage of the ski jump from the X Winter Olympic Games, which were played here in February, 1968.  The town of Grenoble lies at the foot of the Alps in Isère, one of the Departments of the giant Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.  It's considered the "capital" of the French Alps region as a whole.  

France's Château Gaillard

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Cinematic FPV - CHÂTEAU GAILLARD - Reelsteady 4K

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Château Gaillard, located in France's Eure department in Normandy, is a beautiful castle ruin and remnant of the medieval era.  It was strategically perched high on a hill with clear views of the River Seine and it provided just the backdrop for Raphael Rablat to take a flight that would place him on our March 2020 FPV Pilots to Watch list. Watch as this talented pilot gives us a quick paced tour of this remarkable landmark and the commune of Les Andelys.  Freestyling in France...bravo, Raphael!

TELKOM Tower (Indonesia)

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Diving Jakarta's Telkom Tower


The Telkom Landmark Tower is probably the most widely recognized landmark of the great metropolis of Jakarta.  Standing 220 meters (720 feet) above the streets of the Indonesian capital, it is home to the main national telecommunications company.  While it isn't Jakarta's tallest building, it's very definitely the only one with a hypnotic LED display that runs the entire length of its exterior.  In this epic first pwerson view (FPV) flight, pilot om.antonfpv shows us his talents as he dives the skyscraper during the day and the night!

Rome's Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana

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FENDI headquarter


Former DVOW Finalist zippomaker created this fantastic first person view (FPV) video of a landmark in Rome, Italy: the worldwide headquarters for the Fendi fashion house.  The building is called Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, and it's located in the EUR District south of central Rome.  It was constructed on the orders of the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini as a monument to the planned 1942 World Expo, which never occurred due to World War II.  The building was left in a state of disrepair until it was renovated  by Fendi in the mid-2010's.  

New York City's Unisphere

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Does the sun really rise in the east?


Check out this first person view (FPV) video from one of New York City's most famous landmarks, compliments of AirVuz contributor and FPV pilot Mattyfleisch.  He flew over and around the stainless steel representation of the earth known as the Unisphere.  Located in the Flushing Meadows neighborhood of Queens, the 43 meter high (140 ft.) sculpture was commissioned in connection with the 1964 World's Fair held here.  It is dedicated to "Man's Achievements on a Shrinking Globe in an Expanding Universe".

Muiden Castle, Netherlands

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Muiden Castle - As the crow flies


Check out this highly cinematic first person view (FPV) video of a famous Dutch castle, compliments of AirVuz contributor and FPV pilot SassySander.  He used a racing quad to film Muiden Castle, an important landmark at the mouth of the Vecht River, about 15 km (around 10 mi.) southeast of Amsterdam.  The castle was originally built in the 13th century, changing hands many times in the ensuing years.  One of the best-preserved castles in this small Western European country, Muiden has appeared in numerous TV shows.  

Chase Center, San Francisco

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The Chase Center 🏀🏟 San Francisco


See the exterior of the Chase Center by FPV drone in this cool, one-line freestyle flight by pilot InspireFPV. The indoor area is home to the six-time NBA National Champion Golden State Warriors of San Francisco, California. The venue broke ground on January, 17th, 2017, the same year one of their championship rings was earned. It is located in the Mission Bay neighborhood and can hold just over 18,000 people. 

Wat Huay Pla Klang, Thailand

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See Thailand’s massive and stunning Wat Huay Pla Klang in this FPV video by pilot buddha.eyez. The temple complex features a 9-floor pagoda with 23 surrounding structures and, of course, the giant Goddess of Mercy statue. The statue is often mistakenly called Chiang Rai’s Big Buddha. The temple is also nicknamed the “9-tier temple,” and has a staircase that has a dragon head going up inside the pagoda, which you can easily see in this drone video.

Valle de los Caidos, Spain

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FPV pilot Lougedo has traveled quite a long ways to hit this dive. He’s at Valle de los Caidos or “Valley of the Fallen” a Catholic basilica and monumental memorial near Madrid, Spain. The cross seen in this piece is considered a landmark of 20th-century Spanish architecture and is the tallest in the world. The 150-meter (500 feet) high Christian cross was started in 1940 and took over 18 years to complete. One priest referred to it as a “national act of atonement.” 

Abandoned Amusement Park

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Rollercoaster Shenanigans + Death of Drone 🔥💀 | FPV

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FPV pilot eVolvE FPV said it best: sometime a sash ends during the first pack. At least a really good session can end on the first pack. That is the case with this ball-to-the-walls rip through an empty amusement park. He’ll seriously add some fire as he flips, rolls, and grinds along the park’s rollercoaster. The session was so good it landed him on April 2019’s AirVuz FPV Pilot to Watch list.

Former Olympic Park, Seoul, South Korea

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Strongness in Smoothness / Russell FPV FreestyLe


This one is quite the flight by Russell FPV. A little bit smooth flow, a little bit jagged, cutting technique mixed with such a weird opening location. Weird, but in a very cool way. He flies around a massive statue that includes a figure skater, ski jumper, and snowboarder on a rainbow statue, then rips through what appears to be an abandoned park. Is it abandoned or just empty for the season? Was it once an Olympic host or does it just seem like one? The mystery that surrounds this flight makes it that much better. 

Golden Gate Park, California, USA

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San Francisco - Golden Gate Park


You will get an entirely new perspective on San Francisco's Golden Gate Park in this awesome first person view (FPV) video by contributor and FPV pilot InspireFPV.  The rectangular-shaped park is almost 5 km long (just under 3 mi.) and is 20% larger than New York's Central Park.  The video will give you some epic first-person views of some of the park's top sights, including Music Concourse plaza, the Academy of Sciences, and the Hamon Observation Tower. The park is located in the western part of the city, just east of its Pacific coastline.

FPV Flight Above Prehistoric Rocks

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Lunar Landscape

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Just a 15 minute drive inland from Geelong, Australia, lies Dog Rocks in Baresford. It is a popular photography destination where incredible rocks are located. The Palaeozoic era rocks are an outcrop of Devonian Granite with the highest point around 100 meters (328 feet) above sea level where, 15 million years ago, it was an island in the sea. Ruben Caser is giving us an FPV look at the prehistoric rocks and surrounding area.


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Hadleigh Castle Ruins FPV

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Drone inside nuclear reactor