Drone Tour of London
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The Best of London from the Sky

New Entertainment Pictures

Take an aerial tour of London with this magnificent drone video by top contributor New Entertainment Pictures.  The video opens with a couple of epic shots over the River Thames, including an amazing view of the Tower of London and the Tower Bridge.  From there, you'll get a bird's eye view of Westminster Abbey and the nearby Parliament building.  Then it's on to Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, the London "Eye", the Millennium Dome, and more! 

The White Cliffs of Dover
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White Cliffs Of Dover - DJI Phantom 4


The White Cliffs of Dover are perhaps the most iconic sight in the South of England.  The chalk cliffs, which sit on either side of the town of Dover, occupy the very southeastern reaches of Great Britain.  On a clear day, they are visible in France from across the English Channel.  Contributor Jasefromthesky used a DJI Phantom 4 drone to create this memorable aerial view of these famed cliffs on the southeastern corner of Great Britain.

England's Isle of Wight
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Holiday in England - The Isle of Wight, UK - 4K Drone Film


Contributor Jack Shirley took a holiday on England's Isle of Wight, just east of the center of the South Coast.  The largest island off the coast of Great Britain, it is sometimes referred to simply as "The Island."  The Isle of Wight has been a popular vacation destination since the 19th century, with travelers favoring its (comparatively) warm climate and beautiful coastlines.  It also hosts many music festivals, most famously the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970, which drew up to 700,000 attendees.

West Sussex: Arundel Castle
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Arundel Castle

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Arundel is a town in West Sussex, towards the eastern end of the South England coast.  It was established by one of William the Conqueror's lieutenants following the Norman Conquest in 1066.  It's considered one of the great Norman castles of England, which were crucial to the stability of Norman rule.  Arundel was used as a filming location for the 1994 feature movie The Madness of King George, and more recently for a scene in the 2017 blockbuster Wonder Woman.

Hampshire: Portsmouth Harbor
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Portsmouth Harbor, England: Into the Sunset!

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Portsmouth is in Hampshire, England.  Portsmouth and Southhampton, also in Hampshire, are the two main ports in the South of England.  For centuries, Portsmouth has been one of the most important bases for the Royal Navy, which once ruled the seas.  Contributor JW Media used a drone to create a remarkable aerial perspective of this historically important port, which served as one of the main embarkation points for the Allied D-Day landings in World War II.

East Sussex: Bodlam Castle
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Bodiam Castle UK


Bodiam is one of the most well known moated castles in the UK.  It's in East Sussex in southeastern England, near the town of Robertsbridge.  It was built in the 14th century and played a role in the dynastic struggle known as the War of the Roses in the 15th century.  The castle fell into a ruined state after the English Civil War and was then partially restored in the 1800's.  You can see the beautiful structure (now a Grade 1 listed building) from a bird's eye perspective in this drone video by Oszbusz.  

Aerial Tour of County Surrey
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Surrey is Beautiful!

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In this video, contributor JW Media takes us on an aerial tour of County Surrey in southeastern England.  Despite its proximity to metropolitan London, Surrey has a distinctly "country" feel of rolling hills, forests, and baronial estates.  Much of the land is protected space, which has led to this being one of the country's most expensive real estate markets.  It has also been the birthplace or home to many important figures in English history, including George Bernard Shaw and Charles Dickens to name just two. 

Kent: Wye Crown
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Kent: Wye Crown


Wye is an idyllic village in Kent, the county which occupies the southeastern corner of England.  Adjoining the town is the Wye Campus of the Imperial College of London, the successor to a college founded in the 15th century.  In 1902, when Edward VII ascended the English throne, students of the college carved the figure of a crown into the chalk on a hillside near the town.  Contributor ScottDavey used a DJI Phantom 4 drone to create this beautiful video of the notable landmark. 

Rural Oxfordshire
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ABOVE OXFORDSHIRE // Exploring Britain


Contributor JamesTravels used a DJI Phantom 3 drone to create this drone video of the nature of Oxfordshire, a county of southeastern England.  The county lies to the west of London, and some of its communities are bedroom suburbs of the capital city.  It's best known for being the home of Oxford, one of the two world-reknowned universities of the UK (the other being Cambridge in East Anglia).  It also features some beautiful pastoral landscapes like what you'll see in this video.  


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Joss Bay UK

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Upnor Castle UK

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