The World Record of ‘tallest flagpole’ has been achieved by Jeddah municipality from Saudi Arabia.
The tallest flagpole of world is 170 meters high, while the flag hoisted on it is 49.5 meters long, 33 meters wide, 1,635 square meters and weighs 570 kg. The flagpole is surrounded by 13 special lights denoting the Kingdom’s 13 governorates. The flagpole is made from 500 tons of steel in a cylindrical shape with sufficient width to accommodate the service units of the project, and allow workers to climb to the top for maintenance.
The World Record ‘largest t-shirt’ has been achieved by ‘Equilíbrios Camisetas Promocionais’ from Santa Catarina, Brazil.
The pink color largest t-shirt came in at a measurement of 93.2 m (305 ft 9.28 in) long by 62.73 m (205 ft 9.68 in) wide, weighing an astonishing 4,500 kg (9,920 lb). It was unveiled in Navegantes. Equilíbrios built the shirt in partnership with the RFCC (Female Network Against Cancer). The shirt was comprised of 50 percent cotton and 50 percent material from recycled PET bottles.The largest shirt would be recyled and transformed into 10,000 conventional t-shirts in a numbered, limited series for sale, with proceeds from sales going to the RFCC for charity.
The World Record ‘largest research library’ has been achieved by New York Public Library from Manhattan, USA.
The New York Public Library consists of 4 research centres and 85 branch libraries in Manhattan, Staten Island and the Bronx. Established in 1895; the NYPL’s collection has grown to more than 52 million items and serves millions of users. It is the largest research library with a circulating system in the world.
The World Record of ‘longest car’ has been achieved by Mr. Jay Ohrberg from Burbank California, USA.
Mr. Jay designed his monster 100 foot long Limousine himself. The limo has 26 wheels and has two driver’s compartments – one at each end – to help with reversing. The longest car is equipped with a large Jacuzzi tub, a sun deck, a swimming pool, a bed and a satellite dish etc.
The World Record of ‘longest museum’ has been achieved by Hermitage Museum from St. Peters burg, Russia.
The three storey building of Museum has 1057 beautifully halls and rooms with 1786 doors and 1945 windows. The museum is open for the public.
The World Record of ‘largest toilet bowl’ has been achieved by The Kids Commons from Columbus, Indiana, USA
The Toilet bowl sits at the Kids Commons is so huge that two – three children can fit inside.
The World Record of catching the ‘biggest catfish’ has been achieved by Mr. Bernd Hochle from Stadthagen, Germany.
On Oct 12, 2014; Mr. Hochle caught a catfish of length Two Hundred Fifty Two (252) centimeters and weighing 103 kilogram.
The World Record ‘biggest clock’ has been achieved by Abraj Al-Bait Towers from Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
The massive 1983 foot Mecca Royal Hotel Clock Tower also known as the The Abraj Al-Bait Towers sporting four timekeeping faces each 151 feet (43 meter) in diameter. The clock don text reading “in the Name of Allah” running beneath the clock faces in the local script as well as 21,000 green and white lights that flash five times daily which can be spotted from more than 18 miles away.
The World Record ‘heaviest tomato’ has been achieved by Gigantomo from Spalding, Lincolnshire, UK.
On January 23, 2015; Simon Crawford and seed seller Van Meuwen has grown heaviest tomato of 7 lbs 14 oz. Gigantomo tomatoes can only be bought from Lincolnshire seed seller Van Meuwen, which has launched them in their spring 2015 plant collection. The new tomato plants, called Gigantomo, can grow to 6ft tall and yield as many as 11 tomatoes and can grow enormous fruits up to 10 inches wide and as heavy as 3lbs – about 12 times the size of an average salad tomato.
The world record of ‘largest hand of Man’ has been achieved by Mr. Liu Hua from Jiangsu, China.
Lui Hua’s left thumb measured 10.2 inches and his index finger measured close to 12 inches. His left thumb was 26 cm (10.5 inch) long; his index finger was 30 cm (12 inch) long and his middle one 15 cm (6 inch) long. The overall weight of his left arm was 10 kg (22 pounds).
Lui Hua a Chinese man who suffers from a rare condition known as macrodactyly. Surgeons undertook a seven-hour operation to reduce the size of Liu’s fingers and thumb. Doctors removed 11 pounds of flesh and bone in the procedure.