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.
Making music and slacklining at the same time…is a fine balance. For the group “Houle Douce”, it’s the best way to perform. They play live concerts whilst balancing on slacklines 50 metres above ground.
Only a few businesses still produce thin sheets of gold. One of them is a shop in Venice run by Mario Menegazzo. There, gold bars and hammered so thin that they’re almost transparent so they can be used in a host of products.
German sculptor Stefan Rohrer loves cars and mopeds. His artwork, repurposed from old vehicles, bear titles like “Whiplash“. These embody the thrill of high speed, but also the devastation of resulting disasters.
30 years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Thierry Noir’s colorful art still graces the remains of the former border. At the East Side Gallery visitors can see the iconic graffiti by the French street artist.
Oktoberfest has been cancelled, but Munich has come up with an alternative. People are invited to visit 54 restaurants over two weeks. Euromaxx sent a reporter to Munich to check out the festival’s replacement.
Since 2010, Bernhard Lang has captured the earth’s surface in his photo series "Aerial Views." To take these stunning pictures from the heavens, Lang takes off in a helicopter flown by a pilot that he charters.