Dresden is one of Europe’s most beautiful baroque cities. It’s called the Florence on the Elbe. Among its landmarks is the re-built Church of Our Lady, a monument calling for peace and reconciliation.
Culture meets nature in Saxony: a mere 40 kilometers lie between splendid Baroque art and architecture in Dresden and the distinctive peaks of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains.
Silver, tin and uranium were mined here for over 800 years. Now the German-Czech region of Erzgebirge/Krušnohoří was added to UNESCO's World Heritage List. We look at Freiberg's long journey to World Heritage.
For 125 years Loschwitz Bridge, nicknamed the “Blue Wonder,” has been a landmark in the city on the Elbe. The venerable bridge is more than just a stop on a sightseeing trip, and is heavily traveled.
Photographer Ulla Lohmann wants to climb the highest mountain in each of 47 countries. Europe to the Maxx visits Kalmykia in the Russian steppe. And 1000 amateur cooks learn how to make a Provençal starter from a Michelin chef.
People from over 190 countries live and work in Berlin. Euromaxx finds out how they got to Berlin in the first place. Albert Haziza is originally from Morocco.
Koka Nikoladze was born in Georgia in 1989 but now lives in Oslo. He is a musician who makes his own instruments, which he calls Beat Machines. He uses everyday objects to create the boxes with which he creates rhythms.
Too many cooks spoil the broth? Not in Marseille, where 1000 amateur chefs took part in a cookery class to learn how to make a typical Provençal starter, with instructions from a master.
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