tv Euromaxx - Lifestyle Europe Deutsche Welle October 27, 2018 12:30pm-1:00pm CEST
what is humankind learned from the great. plague as it learned anything about. player nineteen eighteen not forgotten the w's november focus. welcome to our final euro max special of the week we've been showcasing europe's top tourist destinations and today we're off to explore france is what's coming up . hidden gems discover the secret attractions of paris. proving traditional dish is
a french staple. and spectacular views blong is the highest peak in the else. as always we start off in our featured countries capital showing you each city in a different light paris is known as the city of love there are so many beautiful spots in the french capital that it's hard to know where to begin so we hooked up with a photographer who took us off the beaten path to show us some of the quieter spots in the city the. iconic sights in paris. and some of its lesser known but equally alluring spots. the talk of first says romilly has discovered many hidden gems like these. even inters hot spots like the city's popular mom must try to destroy. him because it's the best
one i really like the street because usually it's difficult to capture depth in pictures just looking for converging lines it's already even though there are around two thousand tourists sitting on the steps of the nearby secretary nobody's here. regularly produces large photo books and also has a lot of followers on you tube. the canal sun my turn east in paris with a record they love crossings one of his favorite spots some on what most foreign tourists don't know anything about this place only a few french tourists come here think it's a canal with locks so ships. because it's really green. and the bridge over there is known from the old film you know ted you know it starts on. i looked at you know . the canal was commissioned by napoleon and opens in eighteen twenty five.
older still a little further west you'll find the beguiling size they put a rama. built in seventeen one thousand nine the shopping arcade mainly attracts. locals. in the cities are in the samantha tom club the former priory of some time in the shah is home to some of the collections from the city's and me t.n. museum. and. it's a trove showcasing mother treasures the original pendle built by french physicist leon fuko which illustrates the earth's rotation. synthesis sampras and this pretty simple really. or you need is a swinging weight suspended on a piece of string. it would then continue to swing in the same plane. here in the
museum we put up small metal pins to show how that plane rotates. so even though the weight swings in the same plane the metal pins in october one by one proving the ostrow taishan so the more fit. the museum also holds a model of new york's statue of liberty which the french presented to the americans as a gift in the late nineteenth century. sailors romilly loves hunting for new perspectives of the city's most famous sites. like here on avenue that come along which is just a stone's throw from the eiffel tower. resupply i first saw this visual access in a french american movie. but it took me a while to find the steps it's great to have a shot of the eiffel tower together with a building and street lamp it's what you call framing the frame. the
french capital also boasts the number of trunk or spots among the down the plant in southeastern paris it's very popular with locals. there's only plants that plant is a park in the heart of paris here you can hear the birds chirp just all around and relax and enjoy the peace and quiet because out of our trip is you know. a little more off the beaten track in the moderate district lies the eclectic concept store see selling furniture accessories and clothing. not far away there's a color really highlights to re bakery there plastically it's cakes and tarts a delicious. time was when you have to be careful or you end up eating here every day. that soldier. evaleen meanwhile works off the extra
calories by exploring his beloved city he knows a quiet and overlooked square just behind the world famous sec record basilica. joydeep to be sure there are only three pitches i like that. it's drawn here and it will enjoy the converging lines from this view of cycling it's marvelous. but in the end even the photographer heads over to the popular tourist sites because after all the view provides is simply breath and. just a short trip east of the capital is a world of wonder disneyland paris i remember going there as a young boy the theme park opened its skates a nine hundred ninety two and today it's fairy tale casals adventurous rides and
life sized characters attract millions of visitors every year it's a paradise for all ages and we couldn't go to france without paying a visit to this spectacular fun park. once a day there's a star studded parade down main street in disneyland paris the celebrities include mickey mouse his girlfriend minnie and other disney characters every float is based on a film like this underwater push the turtle from finding dory. puns on her prince drive past the onlookers followed by elsa and anna from frozen. sometimes visitors get to meet the characters on the park grounds. always love to say yes this know how that silly. enough to just say i'm a sis. do you want special because it's just it's fun it's a place to feel like
a kid again and i bring my daughter here and she loves it i've been coming to the different disney parks since i was a kid and it's just a lot of fun we are collecting everything from disney and we love the fact that you can be like a child when you're an adult actually this is the only place you can be broken down to. disneyland paris. divide it into five the magic section is discovery land for instance features star tours once they've checked in visitors enter a space ship terminal and are greeted by star wars characters like r two d two it's the beginning of a voyage to a distant galaxy it's. easier on the nerves is a ride in the teacups from alice in wonderland speed demons who prefer the big thunder mountain rollercoaster in frontierland the train races through what looks
like an old my. disneyland paris is a huge hit attracting more than fourteen million visitors a year from all over the world. and everybody is watching the faces of the young ones most of all they always get so excited when they see everything is very magical. it represents childhood love a family basically a carefree place where you can forget your problems. so it's not it's a real change you see disney films in real life very pretty. when the sun goes down the show begins with the spectacular fireworks disney is so famous for cinderella's castle turns into a gigantic backdrop for the characters from the lion king. lives. in the league.
play. play. now astronomy architecture history and these are some of the elements that most people take into consideration when choose. then next travel destination and the place that we're about to visit has them all the city of then in france is the capital of the region of brittany located in the northwest of the country and the old town boasts countless historical landmarks such as fifteenth century half timbered buildings and the salt cathedral at the same time it's a young vibrant city with a lot of student population let's see how the two combine. then a city with over two thousand years of history its many architectural gems include the former city gates which open up into the historic city center.
five hundred year old half timbered houses now service cafes cobbs nightclubs and restaurants. the top century roman catholic cathedral is one of ren's landmarks the site dates back to the sixth century father ben not old today has been in charge here since two thousand and five. i think with a feature all was constructed in place of a roman temple at first it was a gothic cathedral but it had to be torn down because it became unstable reconstruction on this cathedral began in seventeen eighteen french artist are as responsible for the modern elements of the altar. the city's fine examples of renaissance and classical architecture include city hall
the opera which stands just opposite and parliament. a guided tour can help better understand their rich history. no need we are standing in front of brittany's parliament this building was the seat of parliament from sixteen fifty five the middle of the seventeenth century it was set up in the very heart of brittany's capital to represent the french king's authority. in seventeen twenty a fire raged in france for almost a week destroying large parts of the city including this essentially all. those residents of rand are bilingual speaking both french and an ancient celtic language . well as you. see the sign is written in of course french and just below in the book a tall version the historical language of the region this language with its celtic origins is still very relevant throughout the region. don't tell me if you're.
another gem in a line is it's a fine arts museum located on the glen river. pier visitors will find an extensive collection of european paintings from seventeenth century religious allegory to modern works. counted it with a fine arts museum is now in a bubble for its collection of european paintings from the seventeenth century we have three big names including rubin's tiger lion and leopard greatest work you see and we have other great pieces such as the famous painting from modern infante i'm scared of st luke painting the virgin but on sunday when i give talks. and a visit to rend would not be complete without cups or god let the region specialty fix every cent and in the old part of town attracts both tourists and locals. have to look far as the restaurants crap expert and easily whips up one of
a dozen variations on offer. now i'm going to make a mushroom go at. first you take the batter for the connecticut which consists of back wheat flour. you take one ladle and put it on the griddle and then you turn it to good use i want to tell me if. they want it will have fried egg on top you have a mushroom. a mix of medieval and modern young and old a city that truly reflects the diversity of britain. by the looks of it certainly a place to put on your bucket list the next time you're in fronts now there's
plenty of diversity in french cooking but now we're going to get to know a staple of the country's calorie culture. it's a traditional dish of chicken braised with lots of red wine the original version is from the burgundy region so we went there to see how the locals put it together. to this day the rooster is still france's unofficial national symbol. it decorates tables and proudly sits on rooftops and if the rooster itself lands up in the cooking pot you can be sure cocoa van is on the menu the dish in which chicken is raised in wine is a classic of french cuisine the group of us are not the tastes of tradition sadly and warns us from what i think every culture has a dish that warms your heart to a girl it was almost over. and one of the best places to try an authentic version
of this world famous dish is at. the restaurant lies on the outskirts of being nice in burgundy the region where cocoa found was created. here at frederick mina she and expert on chicken lets us look over his shoulder. the novel series with i learned a move corsairs a secret but i'm not telling you what it is a no no cooking is all about sharing opinions and. to prepare a classic cold fact you need to dismember an entire chicken. then add chopped onion small carrots garlic and a bundle of herbs but first fries some fatty bacon in a roasting pan. and rich piece of the burj be salted individually and then placed in the pan with the bacon fat snorkel. then comes the
second main ingredient wine. through so you can make great food without great ingredients using some intolerance but he's there to serve the ingredients and not vice versa is the order in the wild. at the chateau de la. in a vineyard in burgundy they feel the same way here just outside only the finest pino in wa is aged in these oak barrels cooking wine is a foreign concept in french cuisine here chefs say only a great red wine makes for a great sauce. and the regional wine comes from is important as well. who can email you when you're cooking a recipe from a burgundy you must use a wine from the region to give the dish that typical character there are many variations on this recipe using a variety of wind is going with at the baker if you keep most of us but you can't
make a couple in you know with the wine from the one valley would know it would be a cocoa but not one from burgundy not know it but i cook or one. hand and a clinician a gives us on the other to the fourth quarter the red wine over the fern keep the wind to the boiling point and from day it don't support it as it burns away the acidity and the alcohol it has to do if the. legend has it that cocoa van was popularized in paris in the late sixteenth century by henry the fourth the french king is credited with giving common folk a chicken in every pot. historian loike panacea explains. little they think. that essence of the story is that a good king emery because that's the image the french have of god wanted only the best for his subjects from strood was pretty that excluded eating this fine dish
with their families every sunday so paul put out of a cure for the. weather the legend is true or not many hands and roosters have wound up in french cooking pots over the centuries. and in henry's day they live. eight this friday in particular the flesh a very old breed of chicken that. raises at his organic farm when it is a new move can still come in and prove you are you have older animals that are two or maybe six years old or even more personal and an easy way to tenderize and meet them such an old bird and has to cook it long and slow and all the second wind is perfect for that oh well. so the compound went from being a humble rustic dish to the essence of french cuisine. the
simplicity of its recipe and its name have made it world famous. very good once again the gaelic rooster has done its country proud. now we're venturing up high into the mountains to the mall blong the white mountain some call it the highest peak in europe although that's subject to some debate these are higher peaks in russia and georgia but what's certain is that it probably stands at four thousand eight hundred ten meters and the alpine region between france and italy it was first climbed in seventeen eighty six pioneering in the region but before that your remarks reporter meghan li traveled that to learn more about the mountains history. long long the highest mountain. it stood here since the beginning of time located in china many france it is a premier winter destination for tourists all over the world.
spanning that sudan has lived in charmine for over thirty years as an official guide she understands very well what draws tourists to this region. the whole valley shines with these mountains the mountains together with montblanc are amazing that's the attraction here. but once upon a time people thought the mountains were full of ghosts and dragons and so on and. yet everyone was afraid of what was up there. it was said sherman he was located in the bad mountains then in the middle of the eighteenth century to englishman came from geneva common so they had heard all this talk about money and decided to see the eerie valley for themselves. said this is the high and. the first actual amount. years were crystal hunters who extracted courts from the mountains of chamonix it was then shipped off to geneva even made its way to the halls of versailles harmony's crystal museum visitors can get an idea of the
minerals extracted from month long and its neighboring peaks. tendency for families that imagine sherman he was a very small simple village people had a simple life and were poor house before that and then they found out without having to climb too high up the mountain that with these rockers tools they could possibly sell them in geneva and make some money and then have a better life and be said to have that pioneering spirit has certainly paid off for sure many tourists now flock to the village to travel with the cable car to reach a height of thirty eight hundred meters above sea level. even with the most modern technology and safety measures in place the ride is not for the faint of heart. but once at the top of the mystique of month long becomes very clear during visitors can dangle over the mountains in a glass box and on
a sunny day you can see from miles into the distance. skiing at this altitude without parched and puts the body to the test. i see from all directions over the years when i've been skiing but i've never been up here this is my first visit to the top of the mountain to sherman east my first visit but my husband in one nine hundred sixty sixty two and sixty six he climbed up here so i'm coming up to him really so i can show him the pictures when i go back to england a moment it is very beautiful because of the high altitude it is quite difficult to breathe up here. but this altitude allows visitors to see all. all the major peaks including the matter horn and the distance. tourism in charm and he has come a long way over the last two hundred fifty years it is now one of the most exclusive winter destinations in europe initially though tourists first started
coming here not for a moment lost but for a seven and a half a kilometer long glacier known as the man to the last three by train. it's europe's third biggest glacier located on the northern side of mom long. long can also be enjoyed in the sweet form here the cafe you visitors can delight in and a rate of french pastries but the best selling ones represent the famous mountain checking friend she has owned this cafe for thirty years her chocolates are ward winning. i know because it is so here we have them on law cake i'm going to take one and we can discover it together. why were. the cake it consists of layers of chocolate mousse rum flavoring and lots of
chantilly cream and if that's not enough there's another version that is just as decadent. and. then. back outside the atmosphere in germany is relaxed as another day comes to an end over among us. well i hope you enjoyed our trip through france you'll find all this week's journeys are much more on our website ditto we don't call slash lifestyle and you can also follow us on instagram d w euro max i'll see you tomorrow for the highlights of the week buy from out. next time on your own marks the highlights show with unknown across true some of the good. tribute to mom lover casanova. visit to
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