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The Longest Shish Kebab and Shawarma in the World will be Cooked in Dagestan
23.06.2018 15:53
The Longest Shish Kebab and Shawarma in the World will be Cooked in Dagestan

Shish kebabs longer than 255 meters will be cooked in Dagestan.

      The longest shish kebab and Shawarma in the world will be cooked in Dagestan.

      A festival dedicated to a healthy lifestyle, family values, creativity and culture will be held in the republic on June 23-24, 2018. The participants of the event will compete in the preparation of the biggest shashlik and shawarma in Russia, which will be included in the Book of Records of Russia and the World.

      Shashlik plan to cook longer than 255 meters, and shaurma will reach 20 meters.

      The biggest shish kebab in the world was made in the Moscow region, it was 204 meters long. Dagestanis intend to break this record.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian cuisine Dagestan    

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