Egypt’s Ramadan breakfast meal table of 3,189m long has been adjudged the world’s longest, beating the former record by 200 metres.
Nearly 7,000 people attended the event which was held at Egypt’s new administrative capital on Saturday (June 1), in the desert east of Cairo.
The previous world record was set in 2018 by the Ajman municipality in the United Arab Emirates, with a table measuring 2,983.64 metres, serving 6,000 people.
Many happily shared their meal of juices, water, and food, provided by the administrative capital.
The record comes after Egypt inaugurated the world’s widest suspension bridge, which crosses the Nile just north of central Cairo, and considered a key link in a highway stretching from the Red Sea in the east to Egypt’s northwestern Mediterranean coast.