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seeds. civil rights. peace move. nineteen sixty eight the global we're going to start september first do w. hi everyone and welcome to new week of you max the unifies crew well i assure we show you some freaky flavors you're never heard of before. a matter of taste of what the ice cream creations from the various. living outside the box visit a very narrow house on lake constance. the sound of success and i'm going to
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check and i will be on as a talk by lynas from austria. i love ice cream well i think i'm not alone with bad right here in germany each person enjoys an average of some eight litters of ice cream every year but you brave enough to try out something completely new like ice cream that tastes like meat for example or well what about fish if you want to take your taste buds on an adventure you have to go to munich but the strange ice cream flavors are not the only things that are really crazy they're. bright colorful eccentric that pretty much sums up my ts minutes from unique and ice cream maker with a difference is ice cream comes in some pretty unexpected flavors the beer ice cream tastes like up to no. oddities are his specialty and months his talents are known
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beyond punic people love the colorful ice cream maker and he's happy to pose for photos for instance in front of his store in the city center and my mother my motto is that people should live happier than they came across a few jokes to amuse our customers and that's also why we have all these crazy flavors which not only taste unusual but make people laugh too but it's an. ice cream cheers people up it's that simple like there was some ice cream it's just not and there are some people taste the ice cream and say oh my god that tastes like beer but some love it other spit it out. for this woman who buys two scoops of sausage flavor ice cream for self and three for her dog and they leave happy and that makes me happy and i live happy this should. land was my ts minces first ice cream shop in munich and its interior design was inspired by lewis carroll's alice in wonderland shop is supposed to feel as magical and imaginative as the ice cream
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creations. roasted chicken meal worms stock fish or schnitzel are just a few of the five hundred flavor varieties the thirty one year old has created to date. archos one scoop of oreo are screamin it's really good simple little thing for i like yours so much taste like it's like a real beer not like. always had them i tried meatloaf flavor once but i can't say i liked it. then it's always has a smile on his lips and a balance to his step he keeps his eyes and imagination peeled for new flavors such as macaroon ice cream with champagne passion fruit and raspberries he believes anything can be turned into ice cream as long as it's not boring. as it's thinking i think macaroon ice cream is innovative but because you can make it's.
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type of frozen macaroon that's where you put an ice cream between the maritimes was diseased or you make one big mac or an ice cream with the moran goes on top with glitter on it is going to be great. and i think the champagne ice cream will be really awesome and so disciplined the eyes. then uses only top quality produce in his ice cream to achieve maximum flavor and you learn to trade in italy in an ice cream school in perugia the key is in the mix but of course that's meant as trade secret prices start at one euro sixty per school and increase if there's something like champagne or gold leaf in the ice cream. it sure is always included but the other ingredients can vary sometimes there's a lot of salt sometimes pizza in around half the flavors there is milk some have alcohol and others have fruit the only constant the sugar though there are different types of sugar to. come to products are the war. materials mints
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study tourism and wrote his final thesis on opening an innovative ice cream shop a concept he immediately implemented in twenty twelve since then the entrepreneur has opened to more ice cream parlors and he also provides ice cream catering and theme parties his trademark is his top hat he won't leave the house without it. would just make the hot symbolizes freedom for me when i started wearing one at university already and then chose a concept that allowed me to keep putting it on the alice in wonderland weather as the mad hatter as of what could be more perfect for a crazy ice cream maker theme. the wacky ice cream maker from munich is always up for some fun at work or out and about on his high wheel bicycle where ever he is much less minutes is certainly hard to miss. and we continue with a look at some of the culture news from around the continent making the headlines
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in our express. livid enough to let monaco construct the formed under the chief conductor designate carol to train in the quarter out of balance almost rebuilt city palace on saturday during the special event the orchestra played works by richard strauss and effect on bass head and tickets to the concert was sold for two hundred ninety five heroes proceeds will help finance the remaining reconstruction of these story corps facades the city paris is scheduled to open by the end of twenty nineteen after a six year long construction period. cliff divers jumped off the rooftop of copenhagen opera house on saturday into the harbor they were competing in the cliff diving world series and leapt from a twenty seven meter on a platform merged on the roof of the opera house the winner was britain's gary hart to mark this year's tenth anniversary of the cliff diving series seven competitions
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are being held in spectacular locations next stop on the tour is the city of muster . two male amarilly kids have been born in the crimean teigen safari park the two caps are easy to tell apart as one is black and the other is spotted black on wis in particular are extremely rare. that only around one hundred own were left it's in total still living in the wild around the border of russia and china the endangered wild cats the first introduced to tuck in safari park more than twenty years ago. well the two little leopards are certainly a popular photo motive among visit we stay on the topic of animals and cameras but this time it's a bird that takes
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a picture is so to speak during the floods one of the. carries a small backpack equipped with special film technology but it has already received more than half a million clicks on you tube with its videos in this case the warning bird's eye view really makes sense and this is what it looks like when you discover the austrian capital with. an eagle eyed view of vietnam images designed to make turrets eager to visit the austrian capital . a lot of preparation work went into making this video back home in southern germany bird trainer powell cleaner and his ego bruno practiced almost every day. he's really impatient he wants to fly because regular training is essential for show eagles today there are strong thermals. these conditions are a challenge for eagles and their flights tend to be very turbulent and the bird
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ascends to great heights and goes a very long way away from the trainer returning from such distances as to be practiced. for bryn of the birds of the flight over vienna is pretty out of the ordinary it takes a hot air balloon to get the eagle into a start position that is sufficiently high. the bird has to find powell amongst this maze of streets and houses from down below pulse signals to bruno the entire time nevertheless this is a real feat back in the very at the training again as always bruno is fitted with two radio transmitters in case he fails to find the way. the smaller you're waiting and having a bit more of a look around. now is perfect ready. of course the flights over the alps are a lot more relaxing for the bird and trainer. stopped as the city is really something different the eagle has entered
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a home there if something goes wrong if he loses his orientation and we have to move fast that's what we've got all the sophisticated technology. so the second flight over vienna bruno again wears a three hundred sixty degree camera this time he takes off from the danube tower. while i decide when he takes off and then i keep my eyes on the goal the whole time and consider how i can help him to find his landing point namely me miss you definit back in training in the alps bruno was already circling over his taking off on landing points but powerless decided that he doesn't want his eagle to fly over vienna again. i want and it is at the end of the day i think the risk is too great so much can go wrong in the city. and i think the eagles far. better off here in the wild setting around of his resolve. in the burden of what i.
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saw this bird's eye view of vienna is destined to remain unique. in this week's serious a living outside the box we take a look at some homes that really stand out from the crowd and make a go in the series with a report from the city of constance in south west germany i thought it was this can lives in a very narrow house which partly with this own hands he explains why he chose this unusual bit in. the streets are narrow here and need a book the oldest part of constance and right here in the middle of it is the house that one of his kin bought in twenty eleven. discounts or. private houses we're going to measure three meters in which if i measure from here
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it's two meters probably here and here i have a good meter more that's what i'm going to hear when i reach the end of my own house. but but those are the external measurements inside it's even smaller places before. but nonetheless he fell in love with the property right away there was this house always going on i was walking through the house sign i knew that i would achieve something that i liked and i've always had a soft spot for tiny houses and this was the real high point in this respect. to him. when he wanted it it was small low dilapidated today it's his pride and joy. it's the always single this is the external wall and this is my gable wall this is the mardi gras and everything revolves around the stove or name of his glass floor we've managed to create a connection between the floors of the house for being known it would be. the listed property is seven hundred years old. student two for ten years before i took
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it on. in my new. skin spent three years lovingly restoring the house the architect designed and built everything himself and the kitchen dining table stairs this clay wall dates back to twelve hundred eighty the scene. is really sagging outwards so what can was quite an effort to push it back into shape but strangely enough it worked and didn't cause a crack i notice and start. to skin loves walls that aren't straight and he loves making things himself his two grown up children also like to stop by the sun most butts in particular also helped out a lot. of their start doing something to one wall and then you have to spend the whole song they working on it because you discover something that needs to be repaired or saved more than one hundred square metres of living space on four floors but it's more than that he was even maybe i'd fallen in love with his house
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just like he would with a person. would you do it again we don't know. i'm going to go simply yes but it was hard work physically girlband in other words i know superstar off of the hosts whose skin has created an oasis in the heart of constance rivers i feel has to care for me the quality of life is unparalleled so. well that in our house be something for you or how would you like to live let us know all you have to do is go to our web page w dot com slash lifestyle and if you take part in they will be entered into our draw for your max watch so join in and good luck well i don't know how am i a check nobody out and lives but there must be a lot of instruments in his home fact is he started playing the violin when he was just five years and he's made his passion
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a profession today he's one off the top coming by lists will whites to gain such success he always has to keep the ball rolling in his case quite literally. they could find in concert is like a good football match as in one way check nobody out on who's a big real madrid base haven't fan know this precise technique and clever tactics are essential both on the pitch and on stage but passion is also vital. when he was a teenager technically young played football in the school team his position midfielder has been playing the violin since he was fine. for. the most when i play this ability as a country under a week since every shift has to be perfect will see the posix in them and the same goes for every pass on the pitch if you want one of those moments like yeah in
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germany to get the people use musical metaphors to describe football matches for. chick lit only and was born and grew up in vienna he gave his first public concert when he was seven accompanied by his mother and i mean in pianist his father is a famous iranian conduct so you could say he was predestined for musical career but he chose his instrument the violin himself. i know that's why when there are two ago i thought to myself it's irrelevant whether i have armenian roots or if i did my musical training i'm brianna yes but now i think maybe i'll think differently later. that these components are very important but i can speak armenian that i can read russian literature in russian and my feelings become particularly strong when i play armenian music for example i mean.
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a man who are checking every on is widely held to be exceptionally talented. last year the upcoming stop paid guest performances in many of europe's best concert halls and released his first cd. two years ago he started playing on a stradivarius provided to him by private sponsorship from beers international violin society. us you know to get back at the fascinates me the idea that this violin was built in sixty ninety eight that was before mozart even started composing before that beethoven started thinking about his violin concerto longer for architects and started thinking about the ed field our morning or the berliner morning and then i take out this violin and play in a huge oil and the sound is great. and see think.
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this year the getting violinist debuted in the burden for the money. he played sebelius is violent culture. music is ninety nine percent hard work and technique and only one percent inspiration he knows that from his father. the writer was trying to describe a certain kind of movie and doesn't have an incredible example or i might say for example that today is a dull day or something like that. i wonder what if someone is an incredibly talented and inspiring author they'd be able to describe this atmosphere in maybe three pages that. music is like that too if you have the technical means you can work much more intensively come up. to a chicken every on is twenty three years old has passed exams and one competitions
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now it's about winning over and already. the on call in his concert at the bilin film mini is the moment composed by beethoven in his younger simple moves. melancholy. performance is pure logic. i want to know more about european lifestyle and culture visit euro max on facebook . you'll find highlights from our programmes. three hundred sixty degree videos of the most beautiful places in europe and snapshots taken by our reporters take an exclusive look behind the scenes at how the program is produced and follow us on facebook life. we do love it when fans visit our facebook page and give us their feedback visit d.w. euro max on facebook. now it's time
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again for your max extra two and today we're heading to odessa all of you are elton mellow comes from sydney and australia voted in to us and said he would like to know more about ukraine we have chosen a very special destination for him the pearl on the black sea around one million people live there and this makes the third largest city in the country and our history and not tell you told us what it makes seoul special. and disturb the sea is never more than a few streets away and a five minutes walk separate the grand opera house from the water's edge even if the black sea is more blue than its name might suggest. it's with these beaches mile after mile of them that most tourists come to a desa hard to believe that this is a city of more than a million people. that's how they have lost cinco is
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a professional guide she hopes visitors from around the world discover addresses sites. we begin our turn at the city's most emblematic landmark the potemkin steps it was here that's obvious cinema pioneer savior eisenstein shot his classic battleship potemkin back in one nine hundred twenty five but this place is not only about history. it's not just history case to go up stairs down stairs to the border it's a place for performances communication and street musicians and it's not only put tourists but also citizens aboard as i do love this place. for all its well preserved historical buildings a desk that is not an old city by european standards it is its founding in seven hundred ninety four two russian empress catherine the great catherine had ordered the establishment of a city on the site of a small fortress within just a few decades adesa had grown to become one of the biggest cities in the fen russian empire. just
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a few steps from the grand avenues of the historic center visitors found a very different time to suggest in the shady courtyards vines grow wild and no one is an any rush. one place that couldn't be busier is a dish the central markets prevails locals flocked here in the mornings to stock up on fresh produce straight from the produces a nice place to come there are a variety of toys they can choose whatever you white like white. different products and also it's a place for communication so many people like to call and produce and bargain guess it's a good price it's their territory or their sellers that is why the kind of attraction for many people. the city streets bare frequent reminders of it this is jewish past and present jewish street runs right through the heart of adesa it's also home to the city's central synagogue a century ago jews made up a third of it s. us population today the jewish community numbers just a few thousand members. in the heat of the day we leave the city behind us for the
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open spaces of the nearest a national park just forty kilometers from the center of a desa the national park is home to some of the region's more charismatic wildlife including the great whites all rosy pelican with a wingspan of over three metres and the ability to hunting groups there in imposing sight though they're not always very popular with local fisherman. and if you time your visit right this amazing display of water lilies awaits visitors boats must travel slowly here and avoid making waves the reason the colony of whiskey turns which build their tiny nests on the loose floating leaves. authentic odessa and cooking is the name of the game at dutch the grand house was
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once home to a famous ballerina no visitors come here for regional speciality is prepared the old fashioned way and while the cooks slave away visitors can lie back and have mark or take a snooze on an old fashioned hospital bed. head chef other xander kovacevich shows us how to prepare for schmuck the traditional jewish herring starter. truck though it's. just. for smart you have to chop up all the ingredients finally right here. yeah many people use a mincer it's much easier that if you chop it all up by hand it would taste is totally different every single ingredient makes its mark who was the boy. and all the cities geography means fish and seafood essential to address and cooking all excitement tells us the trick to getting it right is to take your time. as the evening draws and the temperatures fall slowly it's time for a final strong the top joins us on the city's main avenue.
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right now we're in the heart of podesta eats them a tree sticks treatment but this restraint day process cat so i called it that solves it israel podesta all our peeps every news it's a very you know meeting place so whenever you go here it is not only see the tories but it's also put up place him on this it is a podesta. even if a desk as fifth avenue is a little sleep here than the original that's exactly what makes the chumming just like a city in general. that's all we have time for today but i hope we'll see you again soon on to them thanks for watching by. next time on your own max for talking for go on the road travel through seventeen european countries looking for the most spectacular mountain peaks in his quest to come from shrewsbury going to the north to greece in the summer dollars for those
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