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A Three-meter Pancake will be Baked in Yalutorovsk
5.02.2018 09:01
A Three-meter Pancake will be Baked in Yalutorovsk

A three-meter pancake will be baked with the help of a huge frying pan during the Shrovetide festivities on February 18 in Yalutorovsk, Tyumen region, according to the website of the city administration.

      As noted in the message that if the pancake does not break while being turned, Yalutorovsk will be able to get into the Book of Records of Russia.

      On the same day, guests of the holiday will   taste tea from a two-meter samovar weighing almost 250 kg and containing about 200 liters.

      "This is the largest operating samovar in Russia," the press release says.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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