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DVOW Nominee in Jotunheimen, Norway

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Water and snow in Jotunheimen, Norway

fotoknoff

The mountainous area of Jotunheimen is located in southern Norway. It is part of the long range known as the Scandinavian Mountains and is home to the country's 29 highest peaks. Drone pilot fotoknoff headed to the beautiful region to capture this stunning aerial film. Complete with shots of mountain bikers, cross country skiers, canoe boats, downhill skiers, and lovely shots of the boundless beauty the area has to offer this drone video will certainly leave you feeling inspired. This video was a DVOW finalist in August, 2019

Oslo: Norway's Capital City

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Flying over Oslo

Anders Edholm

At the end of the Oslofjord, in the southeastern part of Norway, lies its capital city Oslo.  The city was believed to be founded by Vikings in the 11th century.  The center of a metropolitan area of about 1.6 million inhabitats, it's the third-largest city in Scandinavia after Stockholm and Copenhagen.  Contributor Anders Edholm flew a DJI Mavic Pro drone over this remarkable city on one of the great fjords of Norway.  Oslo hosted the 1952 Winter Olympics, the first Winter Games to be held since before World War II.

Summer in Eastern Norway

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Norway: Summer is on it's way!

Beta Films

While winter in Norway is not without its charm, the country truly comes to life during the summer, when the scenery becomes green and the days are interrupted by nights which only last a few hours.  In this drone video, Beta Films captures the magic of eastern Norway as the season turns to summer.  The video features epic bird's eye views of the areas north of the country's capital Oslo (not far from the border with neighboring Sweden to the east), Nevelfjell, Lillehammer, Mesnali, and more.

Lillehammer, Olympic City

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Spring in Lillehammer (Norway) - A Bird's Adventure

Beta Films

Lillehammer is probably the best known city in eastern Norway, after the capital city Oslo.  It is situated in Oppland County, about 170 km (approximately 100 mi) north of the capital.  It is in a valley surrounded by mountains.  Lillehammer is perhaps best known for hosting the 1994 Winter Olympics.  Lillehammer enjoys the distinction of being the northernmost city to ever host the Olympics.  Beta Films brings us this amazing drone video of Lillehammer and its beautiful alpine surroundings.

Buskerug County: Senhovd Mountain

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Senhovd Mountain - Norway

Nordic Capture

Top contributor Espen Bålerud created this epic drone videos of one of the most prominent mountain peaks in eastern Norway.  Senhovd is located in the Rollag municipality, which lies due west of the capital city Oslo.  It is a bit over 1.1k meters above sea level (about 3.6k ft), making it one of the tallest mountains in the region.  Even if it isn't the tallest in the area, it is likely the most distinctive - unlike the other mountains in the area, which have flat tops, Senhovd has a pointy shaped peak.

Oslo Region: Lake Sognsvann

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Paradise doesn't have to be tropical!

Mohri Films

Part of why Oslo, Norway is perenially at the top of the lists of the world's most liveable cities is the 
"green belt" of outdoor recreational areas that surround the Norwegian capital.  These easily accessible lakes, forests, parks, campgrounds, and hiking trails are heavily used by the 1 million+ residents of metropolitan Oslo.  In this video, top AirVuz contributor and drone pilot Mohri Films gives us a bird's eye view of Lake Sognsvann, a small but beautiful lake which is situated just north of the city.

Norway's Largest Stave Church

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Heddal Stave Church

Karlzen

Check out this amazing drone video of one of the most important remaining stave churches.  These wooden churches with their post and lintel architecture were once common throughout northern Europe.  Given their wood construction, very few stave churches remain standing, and most that do are in Norway.  Heddal Stage Church, the subject of this video by contributor Karlzen, is the largest remaining state church in Norway.  It is situated in Heddal in Telemark County in the southeastern part of the country.  

The Osloforrest

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The Osloforrest

kaosolsen

AirVuz contributor Kaosolsen created this stunning drone video of the vast forest area which surrounds Norway's capital city Oslo.  Sometimes called Marka, the area is a major recreational area for the residents of Oslo, the third-largest city in Scandinavia after Stockholm and Copenhagen.  Although the area is not formally part of Oslo, its use is heavily restricted by law.  As you'll see from the video, it's an area of almost fairy tale like beauty, endless expanses of trees and serene looking lakes.

DVA Finalist Dronie from Southern Norway

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Dronie from an Island in the South of Norway

hopenorway

Shooting from a tiny islet in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Western Norway, top contributor and drone pilot hopenorway casts his drone up into the air and gives it a big smile.  There are many ways to take a good dronie, but what makes this one baffling is that although he's surrounded by sea water, there's not one drop of water on his knickers. It's one of the reasons why this terrific video was nominated as a Finalist in the Dronies category for the second annual AirVuz Drone Video Awards. 

Holmenkollbakken Ski Jump

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Holmenkollen Ski Jump - DJI Inspire

abovemedia

Contributor AboveMedia created this amazing drone video of a well known ski jump in southeastern Norway.  Holmenkollbakken is located near Holmenkollbakken, a borough of Oslo.  It's been rebuilt over a dozen times, and is one of the world's oldest ski jumping facilities.  With a current capacity for 70,000 spectators, it's hosted many important ski-jumping competitions, including at the 1952 Winter Olympics.  The area is also popular with cross-country skiers and other winter sports enthusiasts.  

Paragliding in Telemark County

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Paragliders Dream

Nordic Capture

Contributor Espen Bålerud is one of the top aerial videographers in Norway.  Recently, he had an opportunity to put his drone to use in the classroom as well, when he was invited to aerially film some paragliders for an instructional video on this extreme sport.  In doing so, both the drone and the paraglider found the best views of the Seijord municipality in Norway...from above!  Seljord is located in Telemark, one of the counties which makes up the Eastern region of Norway.

Jotunheimen National Park Bike Trip

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Jotunheimen

fotoknoff

Check out this stunning video record of an epic biking trip through the mountains of southern Norway, compliments of contributor fotoknoff.  The video, which combines DJI Phantom 4 Pro+ drone footage with ground footage, was shot at the Jotunheimen National Park.  The Jotunheimen Mountains, which are a sub-range of the Scandinavian Mountains (sometimes called the Scandinavian Alps, but related to the Alps of Central Europe).  The range is home to the highest mountains in all of Norway.

Nature of Hedemark County

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Norway - Region of Hedemark

valemonstudio

Contributor Valemonstudio created this beautiful drone video of a remote area of southeastern Norway.  Hedmark is one of the counties which make up the region of Eastern Norway (which is actually southeastern Norway given the country's shape).  Situated north and a bit east of Norway's capital city of Oslo, Hedmark is one of Norway's most rural counties.  It's a land of dense forests and serene lakes (including its largest lake Mjøsa), along with a long border with Sweden to the east.

Andersnatten Mountain

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Andersnatten Drone Video - Norway

Nordic Capture

Top AirVuz contributor and drone pilot Espen Balerud created this beautiful aerial video from Andersnatten, a mountain in southeastern Norway.  The mountain, which is located in Buskerud County, has a peak elevation of about 730 meters or around 2.4k ft.  It's a popular spot for rock climbers and hikers, for reasons which will be obvious once you see the video.  Andersnatten is part of the municipality of Sigdal, approximately a two hour drive north of the Norwegian capital city Oslo.  

Rondane National Park

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Norway, Rondane, Dovrefjell National Park 4K

Tenore

Here's an amazing bird's eye view of Norway's oldest national park, compliments of contributor Tenore.  Rondane National Park covers almost 1k square km (about 375 square miles) in Oppland and Hedmark Counties in the southern part of the country.  Opened in 1962, the park contains ten peaks over 2k meters (around 6.5k ft.) in altitude.  The park was subject to a significant expansion in 2003, which resulted in a greater than 50% increase in the size of its footprint.  

Numedal Historical Region

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Rollag A Small part of Numedal - Norway

Nordic Capture

Top contributor Espen Balerud created this beautiful drone video from a spot in southern Norway.  Rollag is a municipality in Buskerud County, one of the counties which makes up the official Eastern region of Norway.  It's part of a traditional region (which is based on cultural boundaries) called Numedal.  Numedal is the southernmost in a series of valleys which cover much of southern Norway.  The region features much natural beauty as well as countless examples of traditional Norwegian architecture.  

Senhovd and Storegrønut Mountains, Buskerud County

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Mountains Of Norway - Senhovd

Nordic Capture

Check out this stunning drone video from Norway's Scandinavian Mountains, compliments of AirVuz contributor and pilot Nordic Capture.  The video was shot around the municipality of Rollag in Buskerud County, in the southeastern part of the country.  The specific mountains filmed are Senhovd and Storegrønut Mountains.  The Scandinavian Mountains run down the "spine" of western Scandinavia, forming the border between Norway and Sweden in the south and between Norway and Finland in the north.  

Mjøsa: Norway's Largest Lake

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Norway's Largest Lake

Jawad GC

Check out this stunning drone video of the largest lake in Norway, compliments of contributor Jawad GC.  It's called Lake Mjøsa, and its spread across three counties in the southeastern part of the country.  The lake covers about 360 square km (around 140 square mi.), and it's extremely deep - around 450 meters (close to 1.5k ft.) at its deepest point.  Its shores are home to a number of towns, the most well-known of which is Lillehammer, host of the 1994 Winter Olympics.  The lake is about 100 km (60 mi.) north of Oslo. 

Furutangen, Hedmark County

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Winter in the Norwegian mountains

Aarvig_luftfoto

In a country known for its beautiful winter scenery, Furutangen, Norway is a standout.  It is a winter recreational area in Hedmark County in the eastern part of the country.  It's located an hour's drive to the northeast of Lillehammer, the former Olympic host city.   The hills and mountains around Furutangen offer opportunities for both downhill and cross country skiers.  In this drone video by contributor Aarvig_luftfoto, you can check out this winter wonderland from a bird's eye perspective.  

Jutulhogget Canyon, Hedmark County

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Dronie from Northern Europes longest canyon

hopenorway

Top contributor hopenorway was the winner of the Dronie category for the second annual Drone Video Awards with his epic drone selfie from on island off the western coast of Norway.  In this video, he created another beautiful dronie from a canyon in the eastern part of the country.  It's the Jutulhogget Canyon, and it lies in Hedmark County, north of Oslo.  The canyon runs for about 2.5 km (around 1.5 mi.), and is up to 240 meters (about 800 ft.) deep.  It was created during the last Ice Age.  

Akershus County: Fetsund

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Fetsund, Norway

Aarvig_luftfoto

Fetsund, Norway, is a municipality of Akershus, one of the counties which makes up the country's official Eastern region.  The county, which lies north of Oslo, is the second most populous in Norway.  This being Norway though, that still leaves a lot of wide open spaces.  In this video by contributor Aarvig_luftfoto, you'll get an aerial tour this part of the country.  It's a beautiful area of rolling hills, rivers, and lakes, sort of a transition zone between metropolitan Oslo and rural Norway.  

Vestfold County

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Visit Vestfold - Norway

azzurro1

In this drone video by azzurro1, you'll get some great aerial views of Norway's storied Vestfold County.  Vestfold lies on the western side of the Oslofjord, the fjord which has the capital city of Oslo at its head.  Over time its towns (which include Norway's oldest city, Tønsberg), have essentially become the southwestern suburbs of Oslo.  Despite being part of the third-largest metropolitan area of Scandinavia, the towns of Vestfold have retained much of their original rustic charm.  

Søgne, Vest-Agder County

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Epic summer days in south of Norway

hopenorway

Contributor and Drone Video Award Finalist hopenorway created this summertime drone video of a stunning spot near the southern end of Norway.  It's an area of the municipality of Søgne in Vest-Agder County, near the southernmost tip of the large Scandinavian country.  It's part of the historical region known as Sørlandet (South Norway), which is considered part of the official Eastern Norway region.  The municipality includes about 1,000 (mostly tiny) islands on the North Sea, a true boaters paradise.

Sandefjord: Erstwhile Norwegian Whaling Capital

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Norway from Above | Sandefjord 4K

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Contributor and drone pilot Lexern used a DJI Mavic Pro to create this aerial video of Sandefjord, an important city in the southern part of Norway.  The municipality is the largest in Vestfold County, which lies on the western side of the Oslofjord (at the head of which lies the capital city, Oslo).  Sandefjord is closely tied to the Vikings, as well as to the (now defunct) Norwegian tradition of whaling.  Once the wealthiest city in the country, it's the home of the only museum in Europe dedicated to the history of whaling.  

Kongsberg: Silver Mining City

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Kongsberg by drone, Norway

ToB Creations

Norway was once one of the world's most important sources of silver, which was the primary monetary metal for much of European history.  The epicenter of the country's mining heritage is around the city of Kongsberg, which is about an hour's drive southwest of Oslo.  Seen here in this drone video by new AirVuz contributor ToB Creations, the city is situated on the Numedalslågen River.  While the country has long since moved on to a paper monetary system, the city continues to be the home of the Royal Norwegian Mint.  

Lyngørfjorden and Lyngør Lighthouse

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Lyngørfjorden Southern Norway

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Take in these aerial views from some beautiful islands in southern Norway.  The area filmed is around Lyngør, which sits across a number of small islands in the municipality of Tvedestrand in Aust-Agder County.  The area lies on the coastline southwest of the Oslofjord.  One of the "stars" of the video is the Lyngør Lighthouse, which sits on one of the islands in this navigationally challenging area.  Established in 1879, the lighthouse is protected under Norwegian preservation statutes.  

Tønsberg Fortress

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Tønsberg, Norway

azzurro1

Check out Norway's oldest city from above in this terrific drone video by azzurro1.  Tønsberg is situated in Vestfold County on the western side of the Oslofjord, above an hour's drive southwest of Oslo.  Founded by the Vikings in the 9th century, it's generally coonsidered the oldest city in this Scandinavian country.  The video features some great footage of the town's best-known landmark: the Tønsberg Fortress.  Parts of the complex are over 1,000 years old, although the tower dates to the 19th century.  

Kongsberg: Knutefjell and Haus Sachsen

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Mining Memories - Knutefjell & Haus Sachsen, Kongsberg, Norway

ToB Creations

Check out this beautiful drone video from the heart of the old silver mining region of Norway, compliments of AirVuz contributor ToB Creations.  The video includes footage of the Knutefjell forest area west of Konsberg as well as the Haus Sachsen mine.  The discovery of silver in what is now the County of Buskerud in the early 17th century ushered in a 300+ year period of intensive mining, during which time nearly half a billion ounces of the metal were extracted and the Kongsberg area became one of the wealthiest in Europe.

Hvittingfoss: Heart of Norway's Paper Country

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Hvittingfoss, Norway by drone - DJI Mavic 2 Pro

ToB Creations

For centuries, Norway's vast forests have been an important source of both lumber and manufactured products such as paper.  In this drone video by ToB Creations, you'll get an aerial view of a town at the heart of the Norwegian forest products industry.  It's called Hvittingfoss, and it's located in the municipality of Kongsberg in Buskerud County, in the southeastern part of the country.  With its prodigious forests and ample water power to drive sawmills, the town was once one of the world's largest producers of paper pulp.  

Seljord: Home of Selma the Sea Serpent

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Freezing Seljord - Norway

Nordic Capture

Top contributor Espen Balerud created this beautiful aerial view of the tow of Seljord in the southern part of Norway.  The town is part of Telemark County, and is about a 90 minute drive southwest of the Norwegian capital city of Oslo.  The video, which was shot in the wintertime, features the beautiful mountains and forests of the area.  It also contains footage of Lake Seljord, which is the home of a mythical sea serpent called Selma that is (in effect) the Norwegian equivalent of the Loch Ness Monster.  

Cross-Country Skiing in Venabygd

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Venabu Cross Country Skiing

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Cross-country skiing is an activity that has been practiced in one form or another in Scandinavia for thousands of years.  While the sport - in which the skiier uses primarily their own power rather than gravity to move - has spread throughout the world, northern Europe continues to be its epicenter.  In this drone video by roylac, you'll get an aerial view of a cross-country skiier in Venabygd.  The area, which is home to numerous cross-counry trails, is part of Innlandet County in the country's Eastern region, north of Oslo.  

Svenner Lighthouse, Vestfold County

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Sunrise over Svenner Lighthouse

Karlzen

Here's a beautiful aerial view of a well-known lighthouse in the southern part of Norway, compliments of contributor Karlzen.  Svenner Lighthouse is located on a small island in the municipality of Larvik in Vestfold County.  Situated astride one of the main approaches into the Oslofjord and to the city of Oslo at its head, the current lighthouse dates to 1900.  The tower stands just under 20 meters (around 62 ft.), with a focal height of about 40 meters or 130 ft. It's been automated since 2003.

Around Kongsberg, Viken County

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Mist - Misty Landscapes and Rivers

ToB Creations

Check out these beautiful drone views from southeastern Norway, compliments of contributor ToB Creations.  It was filmed during wintertime in the hills around the village of Kongsberg, about 85 km (around 50 mi.) southwest of Oslo.  It's part of Viken County, part of the country's official Eastern region.  This was once one of the country's most active silver mining areas, and the town of Kongsberg remains the site of the Royal Norwegian Mint.  At one point, Norway was one of Europe's most important sources of monetary silver.  

Mt. Skogshorn, Viken County

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Hiking at Skogshorn

Aerial Visuals as

Norway's Skogshorn Mountain (Skogshorn) is situated in the municipality of Hemsedal in Viken, one of the counties of the country's official Eastern region.  Popular both in the summer and winter seasons, the mountain has a summit elevation of a bit over 1.7k meters above sea level (a little under 5.7k ft.).  The peak is part of a group of mountains known as the Hemsedal Top 20, all of which bear similar signposts and are popular summertime climbing spots.  Check out Skogshorn from above in this video by Aerial Visuals As.  

Tjøme Island

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The End of the World

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Contributor esguno shot this stunning drone video from a remote island in southeastern Norway which is known as "the end of the world".  Tjøme Island is part of Vestfold County, whose mainland is on the western side of the Oslofjord.  As the second largest of the islands here, Tjøme is a major seasonal destination - its population swells from about 4,000 to roughly 10x that number in the summer months.  Seasonal visitors include the Norwegian Royal Family, who have a summer home here.  

Drammen, Greater Oslo

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Sunset in Drammen

HaimanAskari

Contributor HaimanAskari used a drone to give us this amazing bird's eye view of Drammen, a small city in southeastern Norway.  It is situated about 40 km (25 mi) southwest of the capital city of Oslo, and is considered part of the Greater Oslo metropolitan area.  It's a port city, at the mouth of the Drammenselva River as it flows into the Dramnmensfjorden which then flows into the Oslofjorden.  The video beautifully captures the heart of the city on the river, just as the sun is beginning to set.