Roma EUR - Night lights with a micro drone (Rome EUR)


See the EUR district of Rome, Italy by micro drone in this lovely night flight edit by pilot BigLombo FPV. Originally built by Benito Mussolini for the 1942 World’s Fair, the area was supposed to highlight and celebrate Fascism in Italy. However, the area was never fully completed or showcased because of World War II.  During the war, the EUR suffered sever damage, but was kept and rebuilt after Roman authorities decided it could be used as an out-of-town business district. It was finally completed in 1960 for the Olympic Games. 

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