Over Alaska | National Geographic Documentary

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Over Alaska | National Geographic Documentary 5
From the bustling city of Anchorage to the ghost town of Kennecott, from the history of the Klondike Gold Rush to the heritage and culture of Alaska's native population - Over® Alaska portrays Alaska as it's never been seen before. Shot over three months with the world's most experienced high-definition aerial production team and an acclaimed wildlife photographer, the stunning imagery is enhanced with evocative words and an original music score. Come see an Alaska you will never forget.

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I have always wanted to go to Alaska. Maybe some day.

Author — Doris Thomson

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Man, those fresh salmons look sooo good. Getting hungry!

Author — Alec Hamid

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Australia : I have the most weirdest animals in the world!
Alaska : hold my beer

Author — Sbuyiselo Sandile

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What a wonderful video. Getting ready for a trip in May. Thank you

Author — Kaylyn Weston

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Watching this alone effected me. Plan on moving to Alaska in the next 5 years.

Author — greg parlier

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Thank you for posting this wonderful journey.

Author — scott morgan

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Alaska, a big state, 4 times the size of Japan.

Author — Fansi12 Wen

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Great video, but it's a shame that they call Denali Mt. McKinley. Perhaps time to make a new one?

Author — Julie Shields

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How I dream of this place in Mayland!!

Author — Damaru Bhandari

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Author — The Best of

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So beautiful! But I wish some documentaries wouldn't have so much music.

Author — Wild1 P

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5 🌟 for sure. Some parts of the documentary make me feel sad and lonely. Being close to family means everything.

Author — Lillie Cunningham

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Wow wow wow!!!!
Great way to relax and spend a Saturday night.

Author — MIchael C

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I live here in Fairbanks Alaska and the beauty of this place never gets old and moose frequent our yards....great video! Thanks for the upload.

Author — Sharah Yasharahla

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That loud music woke me up do i could enjoy the video.

Author — Elizabeth Williamson

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The only dislikes come from Russians that wish they never sold it to us

Author — Forcedtohustle

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Some places with out the sight or the sounds of humans, a paradise in the light of life.

Author — Stupid Man

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At 44 min. + he tells about Russia selling Alaska to the US for 7>2 million $'s. When I was in school it was also known as Sewards Icebox.
At the instigation of U.S. Secretary of State William Seward, the United States Senate approved the purchase of Alaska from Russia for $7, 200, 000 on August 1, 1867.

Author — Jim Wilkes

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Did anyone notice the train trestle at 36 min.? Its the first time I've that I know I've ever seen a trestle where the support planks were not diagonal, Seems like they would sacrifice a lot of strength and stability with that design. I remember learn that in school over 55 years ago. and I didn't even take advanced math (shame on me) I did however teach myself algebra 10 years after I graduated. Not that tuff really. Just leaned it from a book

Author — Jim Wilkes

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I love the dramatic music and scenery but... The shot labeled Ketchikan is actually Wrangell... A simple Google image search could have spared them that mistake. - _- oh well

Author — Sandra Kinzer