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Stockholm in Winter

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Beautiful Stockholm In Winter 4K

Frame Hunters Media

Stockholm dates its rise to prominence dates to the Hanseatic League, an alliance of Baltic cities which dominated Northern Europe from the 12th-14th centuries.  Stockholm went on to become the capital of the Swedish Empire which controlled some of the most powerful military forces in Europe in the 17th century.  Since then, the city has been the capital of Sweden and in effect the capital of Scandinavia.  Here, Frame Hunters Media delivers a beautiful aerial view of the City of Vikings.  

Summer in Sweden

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Scandinavia: Landscapes of Sweden

nate.summercook

Sweden is an enormous country, stretching almost 1,600 km (1,000 mi) from north to south.  To create this amazing video, contributor Nate Summercock flew his DJI Phantom 3 drone literally up and down the length of this Scandinavian country, from Abisko National Park in the north to Skane in the south.  The result is a beautiful bird's eye view of this magnificent country, which covers an incredible 450,000 square km (about 180k square mi.) in the high summer months. 

The Lakes and Forests of Sweden

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Morning mist in Sweden

LarsBülow

The landscape of Sweden differs greatly from its fellow Scandinavian countries, especially Norway and Iceland.  Devoid of mountains, volcanoes, and fjords, Sweden is instead blessed with thousands beautiful lakes and gigantic forests.  In this stunning drone video, contributor Lars Bulow shows us a picture of a land of mist-covered lakes, all from a bird's eye perspective.  Incredibly, this country is home to over 97,000 lakes.  

Gothenburg: Sweden's Second City

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A Short Film of the Port of Gothenburg by Droneflix

Droneflix Productions

Gothenberg is the second largest city in Sweden after Stockholm.  A port city, it faces the northern tip of Denmark, beyond which lies the North Sea.  It hosts many festivals, including the annual Gothenberg Film Festival, the largest such event in Scandinavia.  Droneflix used a Phantom 4 Pro drone to create this mesmerizing portrait of the city from an aerial perspective.  Most of the footage is of the city's port, Sweden's primary port for trans-Atlantic trade and its largest by gross tonnage.

Dalarma Province

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Winterland Dalarna of Sweden

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Dalarna is a province of central Sweden, extending from the western border with Norway well into the interior.  The name Dalarna translates to "valleys" and the area is full of them along with beautiful forests and lakes.  It is a popular vacation spots for Swedes from the more populous southern and eastern parts of the country. Contributor Phexon used a drone to create this impressive aerial tour of this Nordic region in the dead of winter. 

Stockholm: City of Vikings

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Drone: Stockholm City of Vikings

gezimmavric

Stockholm sits in central-southern Sweden.  It is the largest city in Scandinavia, with over 2.3 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area.  Stockholm is built upon a series of islands which open up to the Baltic Sea to the east of the city.  Contributor Gezimmavri was given special permission to fly his drone over otherwise-restricted parts of the city, enabling the creation of this spectacular aerial tour of the City of Vikings.

Drone Demo Reel from Sweden

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CopterCamSweden Showreel

mikwal75

Contributor Coptercam Sweden is one of the top drone piloting companies in Sweden.  They do some of the most technically demanding aerial video work for TV programs, commercials, and feature length films.  In this amazing demo reel, they demonstrate their amazing aerial videography skills across many types of footage, and in the process provide a compelling aerial portrait of this incredibly beautiful Scandinavian country.   

Ale's Stones

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Ale's Stones Sweden - Drone Video

fbaerial

In the Scania region of southern Sweden is Ales's Stones, the largest surviving ancient stone monument built in the shape of a ship.  It's estimated that the monument was built between 1.5k-5.5k years ago (an unusually wide range for a ruins site), and the exact purposes of this and other similar ancient monuments in the region are still a mystery.    Contributor FBAerial flew a drone over these ancient ruins to produce this impressive aerial video of the site.  

Winter in Skellefteå

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WInter flying in sunset

NorthSweden.info

In this video, contributor NorthSweden.info gives us a lovely view of a small Swedish town called Skellefteå.  It's situated in the eastern part of the country on the Skellefteälven river, not far from where it empties into the Gulf of Bothnia, the northern arm of the Baltic Sea. Skellefteå translates to "Gold Town", in reference to its roots as a center for gold mining in central Sweden.  Mining continues to be important to the town, although the focus has shifted to copper mining.

Visingsö, Vättern Lake

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Visingsö, Sweden 2018

hamed.razzaghi

Contributor hamed.razzaghi created this stunning drone video from an island in one of Sweden's best known lakes.  Visingsö is an oblong shaped island in the southern part of Vättern Lake.  The lake, which resembles a finger, sits in the south central part of the country.  With a surface area of 1.9k square km (about 740 square mi.), it's the second largest lake in the country (after Lake Vänern), and the sixth largest lake in Europe.  It's also quite deep, with a max depth of just under 130 meters (430 ft.).  

Aerial Tour of Sweden

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Sweden From Above 2019 by Hamed Razzaghi

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Top contributor spent three years filming Sweden with a drone, and condensed his work into this amazing reel of the Scandinavian country.  The video will take you over some of the most beautiful landcapes of the gigantic nation, which covers over 450k square km (almost 180k square mi.), one of the largest in Europe by land area.  With a population of only about 10 million, it's one of the least densely populated countries in Europe, and it's a magical landscape of lakes, forests, and long coastlines.  

Swedish Lapland

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Kungsfjall Arctic Circle Trails

maartenfilms

Top contributor maartenfilms created this stunning drone video from the far northern reaches of Sweden.  It was filmed at the Kungsfjall Arctic Circle trails, which lay (as the name suggests) within the Arctic Circle.  Located over 1.3k km (around 800 mi.) north of the capital city Stockholm, this area is sometimes referred to as Swedish Lapland in reference to the far northern region of Finland.  THe video was shot with a DJI Mavic 2 Pro with PolarPro Cinema Series filters.

Sweden Drone Reel

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Drone reel from Sweden

highviewmedia

Highview Media used a DJI's Inspire 2 and Phantom 4 drones to create this aerial reel of Sweden, home to some of Europe's most beautiful wide-open natural spaces.  The video opens with an amazing shot over a bridge with a mist-covered forest in the background.  More iconic forest and lake scenes follow, shot in a range of seasons.  You'll also get to see some of the country's churches, cities, and its people, who number about ten million in one of Europe's largest countries by land area.  

Stockholm's Aspudden District

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Sweden - Stockholm - Aspudden

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Check out this drone video from a VERY colorful neighborhood of Stockholm, Sweden.  It's called the Aspudden District, and it's part of the Hägersten-Liljeholmen borough which lies in the west central part of the Swedish capital city.  The city proper has a population of about a million, and it's the center of a metropolitan area of about 1.5 million.  Greater Stockholm is the largest urban area in the Nordic countries, and is kind of the unofficial capital city of Scandinavia.  

Stockholm's Globe

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Stockholm Globe Arena

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Here's an amazing drone video of the largest hemispherical building on earth.  It's called the Ericsson Globe, and it's situated in the Swedish capital city Stockholm.  Sometimes simply referred to as the Globe, it's an indoor arena in the Johanneshov district of the city, the largest urban area in Scandinavia.  The arena seats about 16,000 for concerts and a bit under 14,000 for hockey events.  Completed in 1989, the building has an inner diameter of about 110 meters (360 ft.).  

Forests of Skåne County

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ABOVE THE CLOUDS, INTO THE WOODS

mohamed elbangy

Contributor mohamed elbangy created this stunning drone video of a forest in Sweden, a country famous in part for its vast areas of woods.  The video was shot through the clouds in Skåne County, the southernmost of the 21 counties (sometimes called Läns) which make up this Scandinavian country.  In addition to its beautiful forests, Skåne County is the home of Malmö, the country's third largest city after Stockholm and Gothenberg.  

Malmö's Twisting Tower

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Turning Torso Malmö, DJI Phantom 4

Tenore

Check out this drone video of the tallest building in Scandinavia, compliments of contributor and drone pilot Tenore.  It's called the Turning Torso, and it's a futuristic residential development in Malmö, at the southern tip of Sweden.  Completed in 2005, the 54 story building has a roof height of 190 meters (623 ft.).  The building, which won numerous architectural awards, is situated on the Strait of Øresund, across which lies the Danish capital city of Copenhagen.  

Aerial Tour of Rural Sweden

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Sweden

Cristian Bunda

Here's a highly cinematic aerial tour of rural Sweden, compliments of Christian Bunda.  It opens with a beautiful backward moving shot through an area of forest, a landscape which covers much of this Scandinavian country.  From there you'll see some of the lakes which cover this country; incredibly, Sweden is home to almost 100,000 lakes(!).  You'll also see some of the country's rivers and streams, which also number in the many thousands.  

Hornborgasjön: Swedish Bird Sanctuary

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Hornborgasjön, Sweden. The european crane, 2019

hamed.razzaghi

Top contributor hamed.razzaghi created this phenomenal drone video from one of the top bird-watching spots in Europe.  Lake Hornborga (Hornborgasjön) is located in Västergötland, a province of southwestern Sweden.  The lake (which dates to the last ice age) and its surroundings have become an important sanctuary for cranes who come through the area in their annual migrations.  The lakes's water level was reduced in the early 19th century to create cattle pastures, but was later restored.  

Jönköping: On the Shore of Vättern

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Jönköping

carlgrundel1964

Contributor carlgrundel1964 created this surreal-looking drone video of a beautiful spot in southern Sweden.  It was shot around the town of Jönköping, in the province of Småland.  The town is located on the southern shore of   Vättern, the country's second largest lake and one of the half-dozen largest in Europe.  The video includes aerial footage of the town itself as well as of the lake, which covers over 1.9k square km (around 740 square mi.).  

Feeding Sweden's Biggest Papermill

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Huge Papermill Timber storage Sweden

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Scandinavia is home to some of the world's largest forests, so it's not surprising that it's also an incredibly important region for the paper industry.  In 2017, both Sweden and Finland were amongst the world's largest paper manufacturing countries.  In this drone video by contributor pheXon, you'll get a bird's eye view of the timber storage areas around Stora Enso Kvarnsveden, Sweden's largest papermill.  Located near the center of the country, it's operated by Stora Enso, a Finnish paper company.  

The Island of Öland

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Memories of Öland

hamed.razzaghi

Contributor hamed.razzaghi created this beautiful drone video of Öland, Sweden's second largest island.  It's situated in the Baltic Sea off the southeastern coast of this Scandinavian country.  The island covers over 1.3k square km (a bit over 500 square mi.) and is its own province.  Since 1972, it has been connected to the mainland Sweden over the Kalmart Strait via the Öland Bridge, still one of the longest bridges in Europe.  Settled 10,000 years ago, its current population is about 26,000.  

Stockholm by Drone

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Stockholm | Europe from a drone

proskalov

Contributor Proskalov created this marvelous drone video of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden and the largest city in Scandinavia.  The city is built on 14 islands on the body of water created by the giant Lake Mälaren flowing into the Baltic Sea.  One of the richest cities in Europe, Stockholm is the home of corporate Sweden and is, in many respects, the cultural capital of Scandinavia. The area has been settled since the Antiquity, and the city of Stockholm was formally founded in the 13th century.  

Sweden Pro Drone Reel

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Small Reel

CopterCam

Swedish drone piloting company CopterCam put together this beautiful reel showing the range of their professional aerial videography work.  The video also shows off some of the beauty of this Scandinavian country.  It features a range of landscape, city shots, and action shots such as footage of racing cars, a high-speed train, numerous boats and ships, and an outdoor music concert.  Other highlights include great footage of Sweden's #2 city Gothenberg, including its iconic Älvsborg Bridge.

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A Misty Dream

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magical lens on the drone ;)

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Sweden summer 17

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Floating on air

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Stockholm from Above

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