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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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 13 hours 48 minutes

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Dressed to impress: Mark Bryan


Mark Bryan is heterosexual, married, a father and engineer – and for nearly five years, a fan of high heels and tight skirts. He posts his outfits on Instagram and now has some half a million followers.


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Vegan alternatives to cheese from Switzerland


A young entrepreneur is reinventing Swiss cheese, substituting cashews for dairy milk. The vegan alternative is proving a hit with customers all over.


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Leipzig’s Niemeyer Sphere


Late architect Oscar Niemeyer’s final project, a futuristic, spaceship-like annex perched on a Leipzig factory, is quite a sight. The building was completed in 2020.


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Lyon’s Peinture Fraîche street art festival


Once again, artists from all over the world are flocking to Lyon’s street art festival. Only in its third iteration, it is already considered a cultural institution.


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French Vogue turns 100


Vogue magazine is an institution in the fashion world. To celebrate its 100th anniversary, a special exhibition is showing Vogue covers from the past century.


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All aboard the Rigi Railway


This episode of Europe by Train takes us to Switzerland. Watch as DW reporter Axel Primavesi rides the Rigi Railway, Europe’s oldest mountain railroad!


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The art of crafting gilt leather


Two Polish sisters are keeping the tradition of crafting gilt leather alive. They also create exquisite wall coverings following a 400-year-old tradition.


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Trentino’s Apple Road


Italy’s Trentino province is famous for its apples. We explored the so-called Apple Road during harvest season. There is plenty to see.


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The sound of wine


You can taste wine and smell it. But can you hear it, too? A sound studio in Lyon, France has been working on capturing the unique timbre of any wine.


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A gigantic picnic cloth: an art installation in Switzerland


Once a year locals meet up for a gigantic picnic in the Swiss canton of Gallen. The art installation goes by the name of BIGNIK.


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