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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Damascus steel in Bavarian blades


Luca Distler and Florian Pichler are two blacksmiths from southern Germany. They make high-quality knives from Damascus steel. Some are as expensive as a car.


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Petrit Halilaj explores war in his art


The work of the Kosovar artist Petrit Halilaj explores his experiences of war as a child. A solo exhibition at Tate St Ives in Cornwall, England draws from pictures that he made as a teenager in a refugee camp in Albania.


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Where everything's made of apples: the Route du Cidre


French cider is a famous specialty from Normandy. But if you need a bit more of a kick, try the calvados brandy made there.


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Through mountains and fjords: Norway’s Flåmsbana


One of Europe’s most breathtaking rail lines runs past waterfalls, mountains and fjords. For our series “Europe's most scenic trainrides”, Euromaxx reporter Axel Primavesi heads to Norway to ride on the Flåm Railway.


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Just Four Ingredients: How German Beer Is Made | Food Secrets Ep. 16


Germany’s beer is famous all around the world. There are between 6000 and 8000 different varieties of German beer, yet they’re all made from the same four ingredients – water, malt, hops, and yeast.


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Oslo - City of the Future


Oslo is becoming one of Europe’s most sustainable climate pioneers. The Norwegian capital aims to be climate-neutral by 2030, and is making enormous strides thanks to an array of sustainable projects.


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Jellyfish: A Delicacy and New Superfood?


Jellyfish are mainly a plague for swimmers in the sea. But for an Italian Michelin star chef as well as European researchers, the marine animals are a healthy delicacy that could provide a sustainable food source.


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Earth Houses: Homes of the Future?


The earth houses by architect Peter Vetsch bring to mind Hobbit holes. But their unusual exteriors conceal one of the most environmentally and climate-friendly designs available on the market today.


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Teenage animal rescuers


18-year-old students Harvey Tweats and Tom Whitehurst from Staffordshire, England, have a vision: They want to help save Britain's endangered frogs, turtles and snakes.


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Axel on the Edge – The Megamarsch


The Megamarsch is the ultimate hiking challenge: 100 kilometers in 24 hours, without sleeping or taking long rest breaks. Will DW reporter Axel Primavesi make it to the finish?


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