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  1. IlluminationsfromtheAttic

    144 year old Cedar Creek Grist Mill

    Cedar Creek Grist Mill is a historical, water-powered grain-grinding mill built 144 years ago in 1876. It is still in operation today as a working museum, with volunteers producing fresh-milled flour and cornmeal. This is a spectacular living piece of Washington State history in a gorgeous...
  2. AirBuzzOne

    Drone footage of concrete bunkers from the Second World War in Denmark

    Hi guys! Here's a bunch of photos shot with my old DJI Mavic Pro of some concrete bunkers scattered on a beach in Denmark. They are remains from the Second World War and the Atlantic Wall build by Nazi Germany. Read more about the story and see more pictures on my blog if you are interested.
  3. MavericAir

    Would you fly for a good cause?

    Could you put your great technology and flying skills to a worthwhile cause? We are a small group of amateur archaeologists and are looking for volunteer UAV pilots to help with a brand new project. This summer we started filming archaeological sites from the air and publishing them online at...
  4. Kemalios

    Combination of DJI Mavic Air and DJI Osmo mobile 2 in ancient city in Bosnia

  5. eutx9795

    Cívica, a strange abandoned village

    Halfway between Brihuega and Masegoso de Tajuña, in Guadalajara, Spain, there is this architectural whim, a mixture of nature and a man's hand: Don Aurelio, a priest from the nearby town of Valderrebollo, who after acquiring a property in the The same village was dedicated every day between 1950...
  6. eutx9795

    One of the most famous islands at ancient history: Temple of Melqart-Hercules

    Hope you like this little piece of history This castle, located on an island at the mouth of the Caño de Sancti-Petri, is historically linked to one of the most important and famous temples of antiquity: the Temple of Melqart-Hercules. According to the historiography, in this temple was buried...
  7. Elektrica

    Vigevano, Italy - Piazza Ducale, The Bramante Tower - One of the workplaces of Leonardo Da Vinci

    Vigevano is crowned by the Castello Sforzesco, a stronghold rebuilt 1492–94 for Ludovico Maria Sforza (Ludovico il Moro), the great patron born in the town, who transformed the fortification/hunting lodge of Luchino Visconti (who in turn had re-used a Lombard fortress) into a rich noble...