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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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 4m. Bisher sind 2126 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 16 hours 5 minutes

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Food Secrets – German beer


The Germans love their national drink – and not just during Oktoberfest. Germany is world-famous for its beer. While brewing it, the country's purity law still plays an important role.


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 2021-10-29  6m
 
 

Halloween – Spooky tradition from Ireland


Halloween has Celtic origins. On October 31 Celts celebrated Samhain, to mark the start of a new year. Thinking that on this night the dead would rise again, they carved scary faces into turnips to ward off evil spirits.


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 2021-10-29  4m
 
 

Oslo's new Munch Museum


Norway has a new museum dedicated to its famous painter Edvard Munch. His works, along with those of other artists, are now on display at Oslo's new Munsch Museum. And the building is as striking as the art inside.


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 2021-10-29  4m
 
 

One man’s trash is another man’s flute


Spanish musician Xavier Lozano is also a passionate craftsman: He turns anything he can get his hands on into flutes – whether it be bricks, watering cans, or ladders. In the end, it all resonates with melodious sound.


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 2021-10-25  5m
 
 

The secret of the Ohrid pearls


An enamel made from fish scales adorns the precious pearls from Lake Ohrid in North Macedonia, lending them a gorgeous shine. The coated pearls are used to make jewelry fit for queens.


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 2021-10-25  4m
 
 

Street art exhibition in former Berlin arcade


A Berlin street art collective has turned a former amusement arcade into a temporary art gallery where traditional works meet augmented reality. Using an app, visitors can enjoy artworks springing to life.


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 2021-10-18  3m
 
 

Accordeons from Castelfidardo


Many musicians swear by the accordions made in the small town of Castelfidardo in Italy. Every fall, accordion players from all over the world meet at an international accordion festival.


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 2021-10-18  4m
 
 

Dressed to impress: Mark Bryan


Mark Bryan is heterosexual, married, a father and engineer – and for nearly five years, a fan of high heels and tight skirts. He posts his outfits on Instagram and now has some half a million followers.


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 2021-10-16  3m
 
 

Vegan alternatives to cheese from Switzerland


A young entrepreneur is reinventing Swiss cheese, substituting cashews for dairy milk. The vegan alternative is proving a hit with customers all over.


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 2021-10-16  4m
 
 

Leipzig's Niemeyer Sphere


Late architect Oscar Niemeyer's final project — a futuristic, spaceship-like annex perched on a Leipzig factory — is quite a sight.


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 2021-10-16  4m