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Trieste: Italy's Adriatic Port

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Drone Shots: The Great Port City of Trieste, Italy

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Trieste is one of the largest cities in northeastern Italy and the capital of the automous Friuli–Venezia Giulia region.  Trieste is the easternmost city in Italy, lying just a few km from Slovenia to its east and also from Croatia to its south.  Situated at the north end of the Adriatic Sea, it's also the largest port on that body of water and it's Italy's #2 port by cargo tonnage after Genoa.  For hundreds of years, Treiste served as the major port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire; control shifted to Italy after World War I.

Mountain Valleys of Fruili

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Colors of Autumn

Alberto Ardit

Check out this stunning drone video from a mountainous area of northeastern Italy, compliments of top content creator and pilot Alberto Ardit.  The video was filmed during the Fall season in the area of Vajont in the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.  This is the northern part of the Friuli region, an area covered by the Julian Alps which extend into the neighboring country of Slovenia.  The area is characterized by numerous valleys through which run rivers that drain into the plains area which covers the southern part of the region.  

Aerial Tour of Udine Province

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Italian alps

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Contributor Bryceogers created this beautiful drone video of the Udine Province of northeastern Italy.  It's the largest province within the semi-autonomous Friuli–Venezia Giulia region, which covers italy's northeastern corner.  Lying between the Adriatic Sea and the Julian Alps, the region is not only spectacularly beautiful but also of immense strategic importance relative to key historical trade routes.  The video captures the natural beauty of the province, filmed during the depths of the winter season.

Over the Julian Alps

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Bivacco Vuerich + Cima di Terrarossa (GoPro 4 + Phantom 3 Pro)

Cristian Mari

Contributor and pilot Cristian Mari used two different DJI drone to create this video of a pair of spots in the Julian Alps of northeastern Italy.  Bivacco Vuerich and Cima di Terrarossa both lie in the province of Udine, in the region of Friuli-Venezia-Giulia, which takes up the northeastern part of the country.  Bivacco Vuerich has an altitude of about 2.5k meters (just over 8k ft.) above sea level, while Cima di Terrarossa lies at a slightly lower altitude but is more well-known for its hiking trails.  

Kobarid: On the Slovenian Border

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Kobarid by DJI Mavic Pro

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AirVuz content creator and pilot GOMAVIC used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this beautiful aerial view of Kobarid, an area which straddles the border between Slovenia and Italy's Friuli-Venezia Giulia region.  Part of the Julian Alps, the area was famous as the site of the Battle of Caporetto (also known as the 12th Battle of the Isonzo), a pivotal clash which took place towards the end of World War I in late 1917.  The battle was immortalized in Hemingway's 1929 classic novel, A Farewell to Arms.

Montasio: Italy's Northeastern Corner

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DJI MAVIC PRO 4K - Above the Mountains | Montasio

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Check out this drone video of the area of Montasio in northeastern Italy, compliments of AirVuz content creator and pilot GOMAVIC.  Montasio lies within the Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the semi-autonomous region which covers the northeastern corner of the country.  The area is part of the Julian Alps, a subrange of the Alps system which extends from northeastern Italy into Slovenia and Austria.  Montasio is known worldwide for a type of cheese which is produced here, which is sometimes referred to as Montasio Friulia cheese.  

Barcis, Province of Pordenone

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Barcis FVG - Cinematic video 4K

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Barcis is a town in northeastern Italy, in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region.  It's situated on a lake of the same name in the historical Province of Pordenone, about 110 km (around 70 mi.) northwest of Treiste.  Barcis lies toward the southern edge of the alpine foothills which cover the northern part of Friuli and which give way to the Po Valley as one moves south toward the coast.  In this drone video by contibutor Dalfy, you'll get a bird's eye view of this beautiful alpine setting, which is just east of the Dolomiti Friulane National Park.

Andreis: Edge of the Po Valley

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Andreis FVG - Cinematic video 4K

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One of Italy's more dramatic landscape transitions occurs in its northeastern reaches, where the foothills of the Alps abruptly give way to the plain of the Po River Valley.  This transition is most pronounced in the historical province of Province of Pordenone, the westernmost of the provinces which make up the Friuli Venezia Giulia region.  In this drone video by Dalfy, you'll get a bird's eye view of the town of Andreis, which lies about 25 km (around 16 mi.) north of Podenon's namesake provincial capital.  

Meduno: On the Great Venetian Plain

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MAVIC - Meduno

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Here's a nice aerial view of the commune of Modena in northeastern Italy, compliments of contributor GOMAVIC.  It's part of Pordenone, a historical province which covers the westernmost portion of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region.   While much of the Friuli region is mountainous, Pordenone is split between the highlands in the foothills of the Julian  Alps and adjacent Dolomites and the lowlands of the Po River Valley.  The valley is part of the great Venetian Plain, one of the major geographical features of northeastern Italy.

Miramare Castle

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Castello di Miramare, Trieste, Italy - Dji Mavic Pro drone - Skydronauts

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SKYDRONAUTS created this aerial video of a famous 19th century castle in northeastern Italy.  It's called Miramare Castle, and it's located near the port city of Trieste on the Adriatic Sea in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region.  It was built in the mid-19th century for the Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian of Austria-Hungary, which (prior to World War I) controlled much of what is now northeastern Italy.  It was completed during the Archduke's three year reign as Emperor of Mexico; he was soon deposed and executed there.    

Along the Tagliamento River

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Italy, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Tagliamento river 4K fimix8se

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Check out this beautiful drone video from northeastern Italy, compliments of FREEFLY.  It was filmed along the Tagliamento River in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region.  The river runs a course of about 180 km (around 110 mi.), draining the Julian Alps into the Adriatic Sea.  The area filmed in the video is around the midpoint of the river, northwest of the provincial city of Udine.   Featured spots include Ragogna Castle (the original structure of which dates to the 6th century AD), the Pinzano Bridge, and Colle Pion.  The river 

Phantom 4 Views of Trieste

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Phantom 4 4k Trieste - Italy

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Contributor and drone pilot Zoll used a DJI Phantom 4 drone to create this beautiful aerial view of the area around the Italian port city of Treiste.  Treiste is the capital of the semi-autonomous Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, which covers the northeastern corner of the country.  It's the largest port of any country on the Adriatic Sea, and Italy's second-largest port overall.  The city has a complex history and has been heavily influenced by the cultures of nearby Austria, Croatia, and Slovenia.  

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