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Aerial Tour of Denmark
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Denmark by Air

Yan Nielsen

Take an aerial tour of the Scandinavian country Denmark in this remarkable drone video by Yan Nielsen.  Denmark is the smallest of the mainland Nordic countries by land area, but in population it's second only to Sweden.  While the video features footage from across the country, most of the focus is on the capital city Copenhagen.  The city is built on the island of Zeeland on the Strait of Øresund, a narrow waterway which is one of the four routes between the Baltic and North Seas.  

Copenhagen by Drone
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Destination Copenhagen


Denmark's capital city Copenhagen sits on a series of islands in the eastern part of the country, facing the Baltic Sea.  It is now connected to the Swedish city of Malmo by the Oresund Bridge which spans the strait of the same name, one of the busiest waterways in Europe.  Contributor DomiSchleu’s spent a  weekend with a drone in this Scandinavian city and created an amazing bird's eye tour of the city's pristine water, charming architecture, and bustling streets.

Exploring Greenland by Drone
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Greenland Exploration

Florian Ledoux

Award winning content creator Florian Ledeaux created this stunning drone video of Greenland, the world's largest island which is part of the territory of Denmark.  Sailing around Greenland and towards northern Canada, he used his drone to create a breathtaking aerial view of massive icebergs, walruses, Beluga whales, and even unicorn-like Norwals.   An avid environmentalist, Ledoux aims to use his videos to illustrate the fragility of the eco-system to climate change. 

Drone Tour of the Faroe Islands
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Unbelievable Faroes


Contributor Haussmannvisuals hit the mark with this epic drone video of the Faroe Islands, a group of Danish controlled isles in the North Atlantic Ocean.  The video will show you some of the hundreds of islands and islets which make up the group, replete with magnificent volcanoes, gushing waterfalls, sheer cliffs, and coastal rock formations which will absolutely blow your mind.  It's Iceland before Game of Thrones and on steroids! 

The Island of Møn
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Island of Møn, Denmark

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The island of Mon, Denmark sits at the far easten end of the Scandinavian country, in the Baltic Sea.  With white chalk cliffs, small market towns, and white sand beaches, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Denmark.  Contributor Morten used a drone to create a stunning video of his home island, providing a brilliant aerial view of this Danish island outpost, which is designated as a UNESCO biosphere reserve.

Rujberg Knude Lighthouse
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Rubjerg Knude from a Drone

Magnus Bo Hansen

Navigating between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea involves passing near various points on the coast of Denmark, and the going can be treacherous due to winds, currents, and narrow passageways, in addition to heavy shipping traffic.  In this video, contributor Magnus Bo Hansen used a drone to create a bird's eye view of the Rujberg Knude lighthouse, which sits atop a 60 m (200 ft) cliff overlooking the North Sea near the northern tip of the country.   It's one of the most well known lighthouses in Europe.   

Skagen: Tip of Denmark
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Magnus Bo Hansen

The town of Skagen sits at the northern tip of Denmark.  The medieval city sits at an important location, controlling the passage between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.  While not a large town, it is a popular tourist destination and at times has been frequented by the Danish Royal Family.  Contributor Magnus Bo Hansen used a drone to create an impressive bird's eye view of this town which juts into the North Sea and which is part of the official North Jutland Region

Drone Tour of Copenhagen
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Copenhagen - Travel video 4k - DJI Mavic Pro


Contributor Hittheroadlat used his drone to create a stunning video of the Kastellet fortress in Copenhagen, Denmark's largest and capital city.  The fortress was initially completed in 1626 and later fortified during the course of the country's long periods of conflict with its neighbor Sweden.  With the aerial perspective provided by the drone, one can discern the star shape of this fortress, one of the best-preserved fortifications with this design.  

Denmark's Hammershus Castle
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Hammershus: Europe's Largest Castle


LarsBülow created this impressive drone video of Hammershus Castle, probably the most famous castle in Scandinavia.  The great castle is located on the island of Bornholm, a Danish island lying to the east of the mainland in the Baltic Sea.  The castle was built in the 13th century, and played an important role in the struggles between Denmark and its rivals in the region.  Classified as a ruin (although partially restored in the early 1900's), it's believed to be the largest medieval castle in Europe.


Frederiksborg Castle and Charlottenlund Palace
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Frederiksborg Castle and Charlottenlund Palace Phantom 4 pro


In this drone video by Franek Epic Movies, you'll get bird's eye views of two of the most well known landmarks in Denmark. Frederiksborg Castle is located in the northern part of Zealand Island, just north of Copenhagen.  It was built in the 17th century as the royal palace for the king of Norway-Denmark, which were merged under one crown from 1523-1814.  Charlottenlund Palace was a former summer residence for the royalty of Denmark; completed in 1881, it lies just to the north of central Copenhagen.    

Denmark's WW II Bunkers
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Denmark occupies a strategic position in Europe by virtue of its location between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.  In World War II, it was one of the first countries to be occupied by Nazi Germany for this reason, beginning in April of 1940.  While the country did not see heavy fighting, it was heavily fortified by Germany.  In this video, contributor MStone gives us a drone's-eye view of bunkers built by the Nazis to protect against Allied amphibious landings. 

Greenland by Drone
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Greenland Epic Photo Tour


It is difficult to comprehend the immensity of Greenland, the massive Danish controlled island in the North Atlantic Ocean.  At nearly 2.2 million square km (836k square mi), the world's largest island is more than double the size of the world's second largest island (New Guinea) and roughly 6x the land area of Germany.  Top contributor Daniel Kordan used a drone to create this stunning visual tour of the island, replete with giant icebergs and shimmering glaciers.  

North Sea Coast: Blåvandshuk
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Denmark - My Trip to Blåvand 2018

Marten Kählert

Contributor Marten Kählert created this magnificent drone video of an area in the far western reaches of mainland Denmark.  Blåvandshuk is a town situated on a peninsula which juts out into the the North Sea from the Danish mainland.  It's just a short distance from Esbjerg, the country's fifth largest city and the largest in the western part of the country.  The video opens with an amazing shot of the Blåvand Lighthouse, the westernmost structure of mainland Denmark.  


East Greenland by Drone
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East Greenland Onboard Arktika 4k

Brendon Dixon

Prepare to be swept away by this stunning drone video from Greenland, compliments of top contributor Brendon Dixon.  He journeyed from Iceland to eastern Greenland aboard the old fashioned sailing ship Arktika, and brought along a very modern piece of equipment to record the journey: a DJI Phantom 4 drone.  The result is absolutely spectacular.  Greenland is truly one of the last frontiers, and the bird's eye footage of the beautiful wooden ship navigating its iceberg fields will astound you.  

Frederiksborg and Kronborg Castles
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Hillerød and Helsignør castles in Denmark


Contributor David.Haring used a DJI Spark drone to aerially film two of the most well known landmarks in Denmark.  The first is Frederiksborg Castle, a Baroque masterpiece in the town of Hillerød, just north of Copenhagen.  Built in the 17th century, it's one of the largest castles in Scandinavia.  The second location is Kronborg Castle.  Located in Helsingør, also in eastern Denmark, Kronborg was immportalized as Elsinore Castle in Shakespeare's classic, The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark.  

Drone over the Faroes
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Faroe Islands Adventures

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Hit the road with contributor Boyanoo and his travel buddy, @Kaptain.kenny, on their aerial adventure through the Faroe Islands. Cruising through roads that wind between the Danish island's sea towns, tight sounds, and craggy mountains, and mind-blowing rock formations along its coasts, the sights seen from above completely arrest the viewer's attention. Similar yet quite distinct from Iceland (to which the Faroes are often compared), there's nothing else quite like them on Earth.

Exploring Copenhagen by Drone
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Copenhagen Denmark


Explore the Danish capital city Copenhagen in this beautiful aerial video by contributor Drone_biker.  The city on the Strait of Øresund has a population of about 800,000, and is the center of a metropolitan area with a population of over 1.5 million.  It's one of the largest urban areas of the Scandinavian region, as well as one of its great cultural centers.  Copenhagen was the filming location for the finale of Pitch Perfect 2 (2015), the highest grossing musical comedy of all time as of 2019.

Limestone Cliffs of Møns
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Spectacular limestone cliffs of Møn

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Denmark's limestone cliffs of Møns are in a league with England's chalk cliffs of Dover, albeit less well known.  Situated in the Baltic Sea, Møns is one of Denmark's largest islands.  The famous limestone cliffs are technically called Møns Klint, which is a 6m (4 mi.) stretch of coastline on the eastern side of the island.  They are one of the reasons why the island has been designated as the first UNESCO biosphere reserve.  You can see these magnificent cliffs in this drone video by contributor morten.  


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Autumn Colours

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Bridges of Copenhagen