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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Huge nativity-scene sand-sculptures


A big sand-sculpture festival is held every year on the beach at Las Palmas, on Gran Canaria. Artists from around the world work with tons of sand to create beautiful sculptures that depict the Christmas Story.


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Traditional Christmas fare: Sweden


Juicy ham and hot glögg are part of any respectable Swedish Christmas buffet. Gourmet chef Ulf Wagner, owner of the "Sjömagasinet" restaurant in Gothenburg, shows us how to prepare delicious holiday meals.


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Europe to the Maxx: Europe's biggest aquarium


Europe's biggest aquarium is located in Boulogne-sur-Mer, France. It's called "Nausicaá," and has 1,600 different species -- including manta rays and sharks. The aquarium covers about 15,000 square meters.


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Olympic hopeful Lilly Stoephasius


12-year-old Berlin skateboarder Lilly Stoephasius has a good chance to qualify for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. It's the first time that skateboarding will be featured as an Olympic event.


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Mysterious masquerade


A Norwegian-born artist known as "Damselfrau" creates beautiful and unique masks. At her London studio, Magnhild Kennedy creates wearable art that's popular with internationally-known singers and other artists.


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Wearable Artworks


Dutch artist Sandra de Groot uses cotton cord to make intricate and eccentric headpieces. To create her wearable sculptures, she uses a knotting technique called macramé that dates back centuries.


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Pirelli Calendar 2020


Romeo and Juliet was the inspiration for this year’s Pirelli Calendar "Looking for Juliet." Actresses Emma Watson and Kristen Stewart were among the famous women who were photographed as the tragic heroine.


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Traditional Christmas Fare


Christmas in Germany wouldn’t be complete without roast duck and a bit of gingerbread. In our series "Traditional Christmas Fare," we explore typical holiday dishes from various European countries.


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Bosnian Furniture Company Zanat


The Bosnian furniture company Zanat from Konjic crafts hand-made furniture out of wood. The carving technique they use is more than 100 years old, and since 2017 it’s been on UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list.


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Art out of Play-Doh


British artist Eleanor Macnair’s medium of choice is play-doh. She uses the popular children’s play material to create colorful and intriguing recreations of the work of renowned photographers.


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