Drone Video of the Week Nominee in Frankfurt
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Another Day in Frankfurt

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DVA nominated contributor Haussmannvisuals does it again with this stunning DVOW Finalist drone video of Frankfurt, Germany.  Situated on the Main River in the west-central part of the country, Frankfurt is Germany's financial capital and Europe's #2 financial center after London.  The video does a phenomenal job of capturing the vertical architecture of this gleaming city, including the Europaturm TV Tower, Commerzbank Tower, and the European Central Bank headquarters building.  

Germany Compilation Video
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Germany's Breathtaking Landscapes 🇩🇪

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Germany is a country of glitz and grit and AirVuz compiled the best views of the country into one drone video. Drone footage shows the vibrant culture and modern landmarks in the capital city, Berlin. See the centuries-old buildings in Munich, a city famous for its annual Oktoberfest celebrations. Aerial views of Frankfurt show its location on the river Main. And straight out of a fairytale, Neuschwanstein Castle nestled in the Bavarian alps looks beautiful from above.

Berlin: Germany's Capital
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The Best of Berlin, from Above

New Entertainment Pictures

The German capital Berlin was arguably the most important city in the world in the 20th century.  It was the capital of Germany when the country plunged into World Wars I-II, and was (in divided form) the likely flash point for a World War III which (fortunately) did not occur.  Berlin is now the capital of a country which is one of the pillars of international peace and stability.  Here is a magnificent aerial tour of the great city on the Elbe, complements of New Entertainment Pictures.

Hamburg: Germany's Second City
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The Very Best of Hamburg from Above

New Entertainment Pictures

The port city of Hamburg in northern Germany is one of the keys to the country's export-oriented economy.  The city is home to the largest German Seaport and the second largest in the entire European Union.  Lying on a river about 110 km (around 70 mi) upstream from the North Sea, the city is the core of a metropolitan area of about 5 million, the second largest in Germany after Berlin.  New Entertainment Pictures created this magnificent drone video of the great city on the River Elbe.

The Magnificent Bavarian Alps
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German Alps Shot For The First Time: Berchtesgadener Land

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The area of the Alps Mountains located in southern Germany is often called the Bavarian Alps.  It is home to some of the most amazing natural scenery in Germany, as well as its highest mountain peak: Mt. Zugspitze, which stands at just under 3k meters (around 9.7k ft.).  In this video, contributor  BashirAbuShakra used a drone to create an aerial tour of this landscape including footage of  Berchtesgadener, St. Bartholomä, Jenner, Lake Obersee, Hintersee, and more.  

Germany's Fairytale Castle
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Neuschwanstein Castle | Winter

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Behold this amazing aerial video of Neuschwanstein, one of the world's most famous castles.  This Romanesque Revival masterpiece was completed in 1886 as a retreat for the then-King of Bavaria, a kingdom which had become part of the German Empire.  Famously, the castle inspired the Sleeping Beauty castles at the Disney theme parks.  It's also served as a shooting location for numerous feature movies, notably as Baron Bomburst's castle in the 1968 hit Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Rhineland-Palatinate: Cochem Castle
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Castle Cochem

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Cochem Castle, built in the 12th century, lies on the Moselle River in the Rhineland area of western Germany.  It is cradled on a hilltop that offers panoramic views of Cochem village and the surrounding landscape of the Rhineland-Palatinate state.  Contributor Stefan Beumer flew his drone over the castle and the village, creating this spectacular aerial view of the magnificent landmark, which was destroyed in the 17th century and rebuilt in the 19th. 

Frankfurt: Germany's Financial Capital
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Ein Tag in Frankfurt am Main

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Contributor Haussmannvisuals put together this magnificent compilation of aerial footage of Frankfurt in western Germany.  The city was settled in Roman times, and became one of the most important free cities in the Holy Roman Empire.  Absorbed into Germany in the 1860's, it ceded financial leadership to Berlin, but regained it following Germany's reunification.  The video features impressive aerial footage of the central business district on the Main River as well as the upstream ECB headquarters.

Lichtenstein and Hohenzellorn Castles
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Castles in Baden-Württemberg

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Contributor Stefan Beumer used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this aerial view of two of Europe's most famous Gothic Revival castles, both of which are located in southwestern Germany.  The first, Lichtenstein Castle, was completed in 1842 on the site of an 11th century castle.  The second, Hohenzellorn Castle, also built on the site of an earlier structure, was completed in 1867.  It was the ancesteral seat of the Hohenzellorn family, which ruled Prussia and then all of Germany until 1918.

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