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.
Life in the northernmost and largest settlement in Spitsbergen, Norway is extreme. Nevertheless, around 2100 people live here year round. Euromaxx Reporter Nicole Frölich braved the cold to travel there for us.
This woodwind instrument was invented in 1840 by Belgian Adolphe Sax. Although made from brass, it belongs to the woodwind family. Musician Asya Fateyeva guides us through Dinant, the saxophone’s hometown.
Doktorenhof in the Palatinate is the smallest wine vinegar vineyard in Germany. It produces a good range of drinks for special moments using its prize-winning vinegar, which ripens in centuries-old wooden barrels.
Pierre Bertolotti, aka Scaf, paints stunning three-dimensional murals. His creations seem to spring out of the walls, and have a huge fan base online. The street artist is most inspired by fantasy and pop culture motifs.
In Berlin, the centennial of the Roaring Twenties is celebrated with swing and the Charleston. Traces of the epoch remain in certain corners of Berlin, and a party series brings the iconic era back to life.
With its abundance of lakes, Sweden’s wintery landscape is a paradise for ice skaters. The country’s countless lakes offer the unique experience of skating on especially smooth and transparent black ice.