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and freedom the 1st words of the german national anthem. and the 3 central believes that formed the foundation of this country. to have these values develop to post more true. heart is it to live by and defend the principles of unity justice and freedom and i work every day in my. hour german 3 part series starts october 21st on t.w. . leave. my what is this man planning to do with this a block of cheese will find out more about his intentions later on in the show.
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hello and welcome to another fun filled edition of your own max i'm your host meghan lee here's a look at what else we've got coming up for you. joining me as i explore the austrian capital be on now for a perfect weekend. and a visit to the west bank for another october fast. but we kick off the show in the danish capital copenhagen which has just added yet another attraction to its long list of sites we're seeing skiing on the roof of a trash burning facility now it may sound strange at 1st but the building kills 2 birds with one stone it burns trash in an ecological way and it provides the community with a source of fun here's a closer look. at. 450 meters of
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fun koeppen hill is an artificial ski slope on the waterfront in denmark's capital copenhagen and it operates without any snow so it can stay open year round. for a flat country with no mountains for natural skiing this 85 metre high slope is pretty impressive. that they were going to get to the behavior sometimes really quick sometimes it's the wind up or behave differently than the. little bit like when the size of. the ski is melting over so maybe this is the new way of skiing in 2050. this unique ski slope was built on a waste to energy plant in copenhagen the industrial port facility but the steam here doesn't pose any health hazard this cutting edge plant numbers among the
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world's cleanest and most modern. david of the world famous architectural firm. group helped bring the vision to life. in denmark we have 5000000 people living 500000 people actually use a week of their vacation every year to go to another country they have to go through the norway sweden all the al. enjoy. there's no possibility so we've been asked to do a building that is. in the middle of. whatever equipment at a shop at the base of a. then a conveyor belt and take. skiers
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and snowboarders can show off their skills on the slalom course or in the fun park at the bottom of the slope and the surface. feels like real snow. that's coming through. a plastic surface and that surface has a little bit of silicone oil on them the new guide on it's called. and we tested a lot of different materials and this was the one that resembles skiing on snow the most copenhagen is one of europe's most environmentally friendly cities many here get around by bike not car. now coping hills is meant to improve the quality of life here even more the architecture bright idea of combining a waste to energy plant and a recreational facility one of the german sustainability award and koeppen hill isn't just for skiing enthusiastic hikers and joggers can follow a trail to the top the entire area was built for recreation and bringing people
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closer together. and we don't need a function of this city where you have people living in one place people working somewhere else factories in a 3rd place we can combine everything have a much more. fun city but also a most sustainable city because instead of you having to travel to go everywhere with transportation you can actually just walk around and have all the different facilities of a city within a close distance. does koeppen hill have to stop for a copenhagen landmark in any case it does make good marks capital even greener. safety is the standard phrase when you're about to take a picture right well one british photographer took this statement quite literally brendan berry uses cheese to make his cameras the way he produces photos is a throwback to another era but for him the challenge lies in creating the apparatus
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itself experiments with all sorts of materials well it seems for him going the digital route would be too easy. she's camera. telephone box camera. and a camper camera all built by british photographer brendan barry let's start with a cheese. grater barry teaches photography in exeter in southwestern england. but he's more interested in the process than in the fashion is themselves. so he builds his own cameras with all possible and impossible materials. today a camera made of cheese. one thing i like to do. is kind of play with people's preconceptions an understanding of what cameras and what it can do. when you make a camera of
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a block of something that people don't usually expect. a response of the to the camera so focus lee in a different way but also the pictures that you take with. it's surprisingly easy to build the camera like this but it's not so easy on the net is. a frame for the light sensitive paper is screwed to one side of the hunted out block of cheese and then twisted into the have assigned and one of. the light passes through the lens and hits the photographic paper which can then. go and works stressed out. after just 2 hours of slicing and dicing the cheese cameras ready for a touch of session brendan barry uses old polaroid film that develops itself. 3.
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the from the users out they run out they stop making about 10 years ago i've kept my fridge since then which we're using today so the effects could be all over the place. and lego camera an accordion camera a lot camera and so on and so forth. he's even convey an entire camp and equipped it with a darkroom. today brendan barry's taking his camper camera for a little drive through the country side of the car about the idea came when i thought well if i can just be inside the camera and have a darkroom inside as well i have on. and i could take my dog. car anyway and sort of being in a store space which was the. everywhere else can be the. final preparations for
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a fashion shoot with his mobile x x l camera. light is pouring through this lens and projecting the outside world inside upside down if i move this focal point the closer away from the lens you see how different things come into focus. it's the same place breynton barre positions the model and they're ready to shoot tiny bits you're right. prospect so long for the moment. turn the lights off closed the lens. going to support a graph paper around the pitch. and a time to sports. will make an exposure by opening and closing lines well. he puts the phone to through the
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1st inside the camp and does the rest outside. it's incredible it's really nice because something interesting. is incredible photographs. even a telephone box can become a camera and then it is already planning to repurpose many other objects to. want to do a boat but camera one day. double decker bus submarine because of the periscope is a camera. his camera concepts may sound rather eccentric. but they do show a new perspective on photography. they produce unbelievable images. austria has been ranked the most livable city in the world for a 2nd year in
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a row now this is due in large part to its diversity when it comes to all things cultural architecture museums concert halls and coffee houses now with so many options on offer can sometimes be overwhelming if you only have a couple of days to spend there but leave it to me to give you some tips on how to best enjoy a perfect weekend in vienna. hello and welcome to my perfect weekend in vienna. my tour begins at the misha shots with the carriage ride. counter nazi has been working at the coachman for more than 30 years the 1st thing he shows me is the hope for more the more you know pops for dynasty once resided. we make our way through the winding alleys of the old town to the toast century same steve inskeep he dropped one of the and as landmarks i want
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to hear more about karl's impression of the city after all these years. is the most beautiful city in europe there's nothing like it and there's no other experience like a carriage ride either. when he's right he's right a carriage ride is without a doubt a very comfortable way to explore the city. is also synonymous with schnitzel. but this is where you get the inner schnitzel and i'm going to learn how to make sure you're going to heights me to a cooking class in this restaurant. what is the most important thing up to pay attention to is it always on real. no chicken and then i learned how to cut the veal properly. tenderize this and. prepare it in an egg back. cover it in fine bread crumbs and get enough buttery oil
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mixture for about 3 minutes with a little help from a pro might be a nurse that's all actually looks quite edible. that's a good appetit. meanwhile the sunny skies have turned gray perfect for a visit to the vienna state room one of the most famous opera houses in the world. you now are about to hear be told. today's program includes chamber music by members of the vienna philharmonic. my special tip for a perfect weekend in vienna is a visit to the vienna state opera. day 2 begins and vienna's museum quarter. the fine arts museum was built to house the hapsburg art collection including works by. peter boyd of. giuseppe archibald
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oh. yeah and femi here. and the potent set out to an entire room is dedicated to peter paul rubens. and this is my call to tip for a perfect weekend in the end of this it to the fine arts we see. vienna is a modern metropolis which has retained its original charm including a vibrant coffee house culture. copy line money has been serving up coffee specialties since 873 managing director band care felt orders and a ray of them for me. including a double espresso. with whipped cream of course. because of. orks sweet coffee with orange liqueur. or another with cherry brandy. in each coffee comes with
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a glass of water. at the beginning of the coffee house call show the water was from the well it was not clean it stunk it was so the coffee house almost served the cluster of walton said see this is the clean water which we call the coffee and of course apple strudel is a must with every coffee house visit. once an imperial hunting ground today the prashar is an amusement park and the lungs of the city here i attempt to work profit calories from the apple strudel without much luck. instead i opt for a ride on the ferris wheel which is also a viennese landmark and when the weather's good you can see the entire city. piano is known for its wine taverns with music. wines from the last harvest are served here band of bells are tavern on the outskirts of town is one of the most
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famous. prefer the it is the only city in the world that has $700.00 hectares of a new us within the city limits the speed at that it's only have those individual wine growers were allowed to sell the wine they produced in their own restaurant so for. the taverns cosy atmosphere is far removed from the hustle and bustle of the austrian capital and it's a perfect way to wrap up a perfect trip. want to learn more about european lifestyle and culture. when you come to. the euro might. take the clock. struck. when places were crazy join the race and destroy. europe.
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subscribe so you don't miss it. time now for something to eat and it seems the trend towards a vegetarian diet is growing for health or environmental reasons but it's often the case that vegetarian meals lack excitement or variation well here in germany 3 vegetarian restaurants are disproving this notion and they've even been awarded michelin stars for their innovative creations we visited one in frankfurt. from the fields to the table all in one day. fresh vegetables purely locally and transformed into exquisite. there's nothing boring about it this harvest is why for its grand appearance at the 7 swans restaurant critics say it creates mission with a cuisine without any meat. and
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many people think of plant based cuisine as a boring side dish but it can be so much more complex complex you can get so much flavor out of herbs or by smoking in syria. so there's plenty there's lots of ways to get that extra kick in flavor we make our own measles and we ferment a lot you can get an incredible variety of flavors that way. and this is where he gets all his ingredients in the palm and season oh brew is made it is just outside of franks says. all the festivals here are grown completely organically in a sustainable culture garden. size but once it's for us that means we conserve water when farming we try to mulch as much as possible and use it to cover the soil after we've planted. that greatly reduces the amount of water we need we try to set complimentary plants next to each
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other that can take care of each other to put it simply going to month. or you can also foods we also arrange the plants strategically so by and large they can fend for themselves pretty. ricky say with stops by the gardens once a week to see how the crops are coming along the uses about 300 different fruits perp's roots and leaves depending on the season. the restaurant only uses ingredients raised here. will use the little ones for the plate and will make a stock out of the big ones. to keep the winter menu interesting too they still preserve and sometimes they even harvest things before they put it right. here for this is really important to me to be on site personally it helps me find inspiration. as i stroll through the gardens i might spot some herbs or vegetables that i haven't used in a while i taste
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a lot here on site and put together i've years in my head and sometimes i come up with some really interesting combinations that way. the harvest goes straight from the field to the big city the 7 swans restaurant has just $24.00 seats and they're almost always. the guests and all the terry meat eaters love coming here to say which creativity his cooking hobby is many a surprising taste experienced and unexpected ingredient. this is our 1st course the appetizer wrapped around outside is a cut out charred leaf stuffed with all the wild herbs growing in the meadow right now. it's decorated with some nice blossoms. we have salt bush inside gallon soldier buckhorn plane tamed war dead metal. orange. blossoms and chrysanthemum. finest cuisine created with produce grown in the city outskirts for this feat 3 now and french
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mission our restaurant guide specially conceived to sustainability award which they presented to the 7 swans restaurant in february 29. now rick you say weird is ready to take his veggie concept a step further. there but for 2 months now we haven't used any animal based products at all we are currently totally plant. save it is looking forward to the next. so far not a single for levy can restaurant on earth has a mission. yet. staying on the subject of a pioneering spirit the palestinian brewery. in the west bank is also one of a kind in that region the founder of the company celebrates
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a yearly october fast inspired by the original one right here in germany well as part of our series october fest worldwide which you can also see on our you tube channel we went to the west bank to see how palestinians enjoyed this german tradition. the palestinians october to celebrating its grand opening there accompanied by a festive perception of orthodox priest and scouts. revelers spent around the world have come to the village of type that on the west bank nearly 10000 this weekend alone there hosted by the corrie family founders of the type of brewery the oldest in the middle east at their october fest they serve 10 different types of beer 5 of them are special editions created just for the festival cory's the brewer that special beers are doing very well there is that people are loving. the
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tourists might take a little bit longer at the palestinian october fest but just like at the original in munich party goers here scored the very and later who is in india. and dollar here for one main thing beer. this one is obviously the herbal all girl it's going it's all you know time it's gone i feel like it's like walking through the hills because you have a very smell the 1st time it's right over here which is really really good. entertainment is classic middle eastern this troupe is performing the traditional dub and they did live in teen folk dance. team corey a co-founder of the brewery 1st came up with the idea for an october fest in type. i go talked over 1st every year to germany and all over the word and i wanted to do
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the same as a palestinian style looked over 1st it would boost the economy. and put them out. now dean corey learned the craft of brewing in the united states in 1903 when prospects for peace were good he and his brother returned to the middle east. i just 9 years old his daughter mideast began learning how to brew beer courting to the german purity law she became the 1st woman ever to work is in the middle east. the brewery sports to 14 countries that sells most of their beers locally many foreigners come especially for the october fest. it doesn't matter where you're from what language you speak people just come outside enjoy the day it shows a different side of palestine to palestinians and to international people and to israelis as well. type of maybe
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a christian village but most palestinians are muslims for guests who like to avoid drinking beer there's a nonalcoholic alternative. it's a mixed culture we're going to stood ready to serve like that they're going to drink beer summit bomber on you know the corner and cruise around on george i'm going to we're all going to do recall marathoner heard the constant reading. my piece cory has only one wish left. for the future in general. hopefully peace in palestine shared. the type of tobruk fest an unusual opportunity for everyone to come together and reach across divides. the like a lot of fun and with that it is time to say goodbye don't forget to check out our website for this week's draw and a chance to win the euro max watch as always thanks for tuning in was thing yes.
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