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La Grande Odyssée is one of the toughest dog sled races in the world. Plus: The famous Cabrales blue cheese ages in millennia-old mountainside caves. And: We visited the place with the longest name in Europe.
What is the history of consumerism? Is it harmful to the environment and to us? Or can it make us happy? What about the economy? A look at the up- and downsides of our consumer lifestyle.
A Euromaxx Special with our furry and feathered friends: Lotta Lubkoll travels across the Alps with a donkey. Plus, the Ravenmaster at the Tower of London is caretaker for the birds. And we visit seal pups on Heligoland.
Gold leaf from Venice, Nele Bekaert is conquering a man's world as Belgium's first female shrimp fisher on horseback and traditional indigo dyein.
Costume frenzy at the Moulin Rouge: behind the scenes with dancer Nora Mogalle. Meatless future: sustainable food trends for 2022. Jungle fever: the largest indoor rainforest in Europe.
Santa Claus, Christkind or Befana, the witch: Who brings the Christmas presents in Europe? Also: Turin, the city of nougat. And: Champagne – the secret behind the noble French sparkling wine from the Champagne region.
Daring feats in the air: Euromaxx reporter Axel Primavesi is taking off in a gyrocopter. Yule goats and ornaments: Christmas decorations around Europe. And: we dropped by the kitchen of world-class British piemaker Calum Franklin.
In this edition: E-scooters on the streets of India // Bengaluru going green // Enjoying the trailer lifestyle in the iconic Airstream
The culture center GES-2 in Moscow is the first work of architect Renzo Piano in Russia. And: Lyon glows radiant for the Fête des Lumières. Plus, the traditional German Christmas cakes everyone loves: Stollen.
A perfect match: Sheku Kanneh-Mason and his priceless cello. Plus: Irish baron Randal Plunkett is letting nature reclaim his estate and the secret of Nuremberg Lebkuchen.
Nio’s luxury e-SUV is the Chinese carmaker’s first model to be available on the European market. REV checks out the flagship car and experiences the all-in-one lifestyle Nio is offering at their new showroom in Oslo.
Many of us are almost always online. Both for work and during our downtime. Our digital lifestyles consume a lot of energy. At the same time, some say digital technologies are our best bet for stopping climate change.
Gucci at 100: The Italian fashion label that has continually reinvented itself over the decades. Also: Join us for an epic steam train trip though Scotland. And learn how to make borscht, a Russian classic.
Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, the world’s biggest art depot open to the public. Plus: Europe’s Grand Canyon, the Tara Gorge in Montenegro. And: Ugly Make-up turns conventional beauty standards on their head.
Insulin lets our cells absorb the glucose in our bloodstream. That process is disrupted among diabetics. Blood-sugar levels can get too high and lead to organ damage. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune illness. Type 2 can be linked to lifestyle.
Find out how apples are made into cider in Northern France. Plus: Cruise past the mountains and fjords on Norway’s Flåmsbana railway. And: the traditional craft of indigo dyeing.
City of the future: Why Oslo is a climate pioneer. Plus: Could jellyfish become a new superfood? And: the earth houses designed by Peter Vetsch combine style with sustainability.
A look at the new Munch Museum in Oslo, Trick or Treat: A visit to Ireland to explore the origins of Halloween, one of the world's oldest holidays and we learn the secrets of German beer.
Stress and glamor: German fashion influencer Leonie Hanne goes to Paris. Plus: colorful paintings and witty stories: Romania's Merry Cemetery. And: some call it Berlin's ugliest building. What's to be done with the ICC?
Hand-woven smocks in Ghana used to be reserved for royal use. These days, a flood of imported yarn has opened the market to near-universal use, and the smock has become a Ghanaian clothing icon. Yet the country's collapsed cotton industry has left the financial fortunes of weavers and smock makers hanging by a thread.
Lights! Camera! Action! Vilnius has become a sought-after shooting location. Plus: wearing high heels and a pencil skirt, Mark Bryan is an Internet star. And: a vegan alternative to cheese from Switzerland.
Fashionista bible: Vogue magazine celebrates its 100th anniversary. All aboard: Axel Primavesi rides the Rigi Railway. And: exploring Italy’s Apple Road.
The British megastar told "Vogue" magazine she was living like a "recluse" due to anxiety. Now promoting her album "30," it is her first major interview since 2016.
On Her Majesty’s service: Marie Mouroum of Berlin is the newest Bond stunt girl. Plus: Axel on the Edge, the new series with Reporter Axel Primavesi starts its long climb in Norway. And dining like the ancient Romans did.
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