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euromaxx highlights

euromaxx highlights

In this highlights edition:

Gourmet Raw Food
With the number of vegetarians on the rise, more and more people are seeking new ways of enjoying dishes free of animal products. A growing number of chefs are also catering to the raw food movement and serving up appealing gourmet creations.

National Museum of the Automobile in Turin
Italy's national automobile museum in Turin has reopened following expansion and a new layout. The noted Swiss interior designer Francois Confino was put in charge of revamping the exhibition to tell the story of world-changing invention.

Yadegar Asisi's panorama pictures
Panoramic paintings were very popular in the 19th century when almost every major European city had a purpose built structure that housed one. Now Berlin artist Yadegar Asisi is helping reestabish this forgotten artform with his 360 degree pictures. He's currently working on a mammoth project at the Pergamon museum. A picture that takes you back into ancient Greece.

Singer James Blunt
Back to Bedlam was the name of his first album back in 2004, and literally overnight it made singer/songwriter James Blunt a star. Two albums later he's touring the world with his third release entitled "Some Kind of Trouble." euromaxx caught up with him and his band on tour in Nuremberg.

Watchmakers Grieb & Benzinger
Watchmakers Grieb & Benzinger from the southwest German city of Pforzheim only turn out about a dozen timepieces a year - but they're highly exclusive accessories with six-figure prices. The luxury watches are based on historical designs and are modernized with expanded features.