Euromaxx

Europe in all its diversity and fascination – that's what Euromaxx brings to the screen. Once a week, DW's magazine offers its international viewers absorbing insights into European culture and lifestyle.

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Colorful kites in the sky


The "Rencontres internationales de Cerfs-volants" kite festival has existed for more than 25 years. It features all kinds of kites: from conventional ones to huge inflatable objects.


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Heavy Metal Hymns


The metal masses Finnish pastor Haka Kekäläinen holds in Helsinki and across Finland are normal in every way - except for the hymns, which have been musically rearranged into heavy metal songs.


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Artistic Giant Easter Eggs from Rome


This year, confectioner Walter Musco from the Paticceria Bompiani in Rome is taking inspiration from the world of fashion. His large chocolate eggs appear in fashion outfits à la Dior, Balenciaga, Armani and Versace.


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Dessert in seven courses


Chef René Frank's food creations are full of surprises. Instead of a hearty menu, he concentrates on desserts. And the resulting dinner is so good that Coda has won a Michelin star.


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Old denim - repurposed


Fashion can also be art - especially when Ian Berry is involved. He cuts up old jeans and glues the small pieces of fabric back together to create pictures in which the jeans snippets act as textured paint.


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Almost real: Balloon birds


You can't compare the balloon animals from a child's birthday party with Terry Cook's work. The Scottish artist photographs his ballon birds in nature, and they look as real as can be.


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Wearable Bauhaus: Fashion by Anne Gorke


The fashion designer lives and works in Weimar, where Bauhaus got its start. She's about function, not frills. Anne Gorke's designs put her squarely on the side of Bauhaus thinking.


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Tips for Florence by Meggin Leigh


Europe is a smorgasbord for city trips. Reporter Meggin Leigh checks out the most exciting cities and gives us her personal tips in her series "Meggin’s Perfect Weekend". This time, she’s in Florence, Italy.


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Three Stars for Austria


The Michelin gourmet restaurant guide has just awarded Juan Amador a third star for his Amador Restaurant in Vienna. He’d already had one three-star restaurant in Germany, before following his heart to Vienna.


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A Zurich Tradition: the Sechseläuten


The Sechseläuten in Zurich goes on for several days. The climax is the burning of the Böögg, a paper-and-cardboard snowman stuffed with excelsior and fire crackers.


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