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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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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The Baltic Sea Philharmonic Performs without Notes


This orchestra presents classical music in a new way: musicians play standing up and learn entire concerts by heart, without sheet music. On the road with the Baltic Sea Philharmonic and its conductor Kristjan Järvi.


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Ham baked in bread: Dining like the ancient Romans


What did the Romans eat 2000 years ago? Italian chef Paolo Magnanimi has experimented with ancient recipes and serves dishes from the past at his restaurant in Rome.


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Epic hike in Norway - 4444 steps up


At first glance, it doesn’t look all that hard: just climbing stairs. But these are 4444 wooden steps. Euromaxx reporter Axel Primavesi takes on the challenge and ascends Norway’s Flørli staircase.


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Berlin’s Bond stuntwoman Marie Mouroum


In the new James Bond film, actor Daniel Craig embarks on his last mission as legendary secret agent 007. For stuntwoman Marie Mouroum, it’s a first. In “No Time to Die”, she doubles for the lead actress.


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