New world record: A 32 metre-long Man’oushe

A 32 metre-long Man’oushe, a traditional Lebanese flat-bread garnished with thyme, spices, sesame and olive oil, which was prepared on the occasion of Lebanon's Independence Day with the aim of breaking a world record, surpassed the previous one that was prepared in Saudi Arabia in 2014 and measured 15.17 meters.
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Lebanese competitors prepare a giant manousheh, a traditional flat-bread garnished with thyme, spices, sesame and olive oil, in a schoolyard in the town of Choueifat southeast of the capital Beirut on November 22, 2015. The 32 meter-long manousheh, which was prepared on the occasion of Lebanon's Independence Day with the aim of breaking a world record, surpassed the previous one that was prepared in Saudi Arabia in 2014 and measured 15.17 meters. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Lebanese competitors prepare a giant manousheh, a traditional flat-bread garnished with thyme, spices, sesame and olive oil, in a schoolyard in the town of Choueifat southeast of the capital Beirut on November 22, 2015. The 32 meter-long manousheh, which was prepared on the occasion of Lebanon's Independence Day with the aim of breaking a world record, surpassed the previous one that was prepared in Saudi Arabia in 2014 and measured 15.17 meters. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Lebanese competitors measure a giant manousheh, a traditional flat-bread garnished with thyme, spices, sesame and olive oil, in a schoolyard in the town of Choueifat southeast of the capital Beirut on November 22, 2015. The 32 meter-long manousheh, which was prepared on the occasion of Lebanon's Independence Day with the aim of breaking a world record, surpassed the previous one that was prepared in Saudi Arabia in 2014 and measured 15.17 meters. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Lebanese competitors prepare a giant manousheh, a traditional flat-bread garnished with thyme, spices, sesame and olive oil, in a schoolyard in the town of Choueifat southeast of the capital Beirut on November 22, 2015. The 32 meter-long manousheh, which was prepared on the occasion of Lebanon's Independence Day with the aim of breaking a world record, surpassed the previous one that was prepared in Saudi Arabia in 2014 and measured 15.17 meters. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Lebanese competitors prepare a giant manousheh, a traditional flat-bread garnished with thyme, spices, sesame and olive oil, in a schoolyard in the town of Choueifat southeast of the capital Beirut on November 22, 2015. The 32 meter-long manousheh, which was prepared on the occasion of Lebanon's Independence Day with the aim of breaking a world record, surpassed the previous one that was prepared in Saudi Arabia in 2014 and measured 15.17 meters. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Lebanese competitors prepare the dough for a giant manousheh, a traditional flat-bread garnished with thyme, spices, sesame and olive oil, in a schoolyard in the town of Choueifat southeast of the capital Beirut on November 22, 2015. The 32 meter-long manousheh, which was prepared on the occasion of Lebanon's Independence Day with the aim of breaking a world record, surpassed the previous one that was prepared in Saudi Arabia in 2014 and measured 15.17 meters. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Lebanese competitors prepare the dough for a giant manousheh, a traditional flat-bread garnished with thyme, spices, sesame and olive oil, in a schoolyard in the town of Choueifat southeast of the capital Beirut on November 22, 2015. The 32 meter-long manousheh, which was prepared on the occasion of Lebanon's Independence Day with the aim of breaking a world record, surpassed the previous one that was prepared in Saudi Arabia in 2014 and measured 15.17 meters. (AFP/Getty Images)