'Biggest and Smallest'

Smallest Jewelry Set

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Smallest Jewelry Set

The World Record ‘smallest jewelry set’ has been achieved by Mr. Arvind Deshpande and Dr. Alpana Deshpande from Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India.

As on November 27, 2014; Mr. and Ms. Deshpande has smallest jewellery set containing necklace, Mangalsutra, ear rings, bangles, bracelets, ring, anklet and head ornament made up of gold.

Most Number of Christmas Lights on a Private Property

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Most Number of Christmas Lights on a Private Property

The World Record of ‘most number of Christmas lights on a private property’ has been achieved by the family of David Richards from Canberra, Australia.

The total number of lights which the family displayed on their property were Five Hundred Thousand Two Thousand One Hundred Sixty Five (502165). The total length of the display of the lights was more than 31 miles (about 50 km.) along with several glowing reindeers.

Most number of batteries collected in 24 hours

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Most number of batteries collected in 24 hours

The World Record of ‘most number of batteries collected in 24 Hours’ has been achieved by the region of Durham in Durham, ON, Canada.

On January 11, 2013; the total amount of batteries collected in the 24 hour period was 11,288 lbs (about 5,120 kg). The record was created to raise a level of awareness about industrial waste recycling and the hazards of industrial pollution. The record was presided over by the Durham Regional Counciller and Works Committee Chair Nester Pidwerbecki, and Regional Chair Roger Andersoncelebrate and waste operations supervisor Peter Veiga.

Largest Omelet

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Largest Omelet

The World Record for making the ‘largest omelet’ in the world has been achieved by Câmara Municipal de Ferreira do Zêzere (Ferreira do Zêzere City Council, Portugal) from Santarém, Portugal.

On August 11, 2012 during this event, total number of egg used in making the omelet was 145,000 along with 880 lbs (about 400 kg) and 220 lbs (about 100 kg) of butter. The team size to make this record breaking omelet was 55 led by the head chef Pedro Mendes and it took 6 hours to completely cook. The weight of the omelet was 14225 lbs (6466 kg) having a diameter of 10.3 meters (33 feet 8 inches). The eggs were donated by the company Uno Ovo which is the largest egg producing company of Portugal. This omelet was made on the occasion of the festival called Immigrant Festival.

Largest Cardboard Castle

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Largest Cardboard Castle

The World Record of ‘largest cardboard castle’ has been achieved by the students of Duke University at Durham, North Carolina, USA.

On September 26, 2013; at the campus of Duke University, largest cardboard castle was created. The total number of cardboard boxes used in creating the castle were Three Thousand Five Hundred (3500). The total height of the castle was 16 feet and the floor area occupied by the castle was 4900 square meters.

Largest Cardboard Box

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Largest Cardboard Box

The World Record ‘largest cardboard box’ in the world has been achieved by the academic company Chegg.com from Pasadena, California, USA.

On September 19th, 2009; the dimensions of the record breaking cardboard box were a width of 6.12 meters (20 feet, 1.2 inches), a length of 14.05 meters (46 feet 1.2 inches) and a height of 2.75 meters (9 feet 0.3 inches). The total volume of the box was 236.9 cubic meters (8,362.51 cubic feet). The record was created at the Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, California and was presented before an American Football match of the NCAA held between the teams of UCLA and Kansas State University.

Largest Underwater Wedding

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Largest Underwater Wedding

The World Record of ‘largest underwater wedding’ has been achieved by Ewa Staronska and Pawel Burkowski from Jaworzno, Poland.

On August 27, 2011; Three Hundred Three (303) divers attended the marriage ceremony of Ewa Staronska and Pawel Burkowski at the Koparki Diving Base. The wedding was also preceded by priest and licensed frogman. The wedding ceremony was organised by Orka Group Ltd.

Longest Bridge made out of Plastic Bottles

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Longest Bridge made out of Plastic Bottles

The World Record of ‘longest bridge made out of plastic bottles’ has been achieved by the City of Ely, United Kingdom (UK).

The total length of the bridge was 36 meters (118.10 feet) and was built on river Ouse. The total number of bottles used in the construction of the bridge were Fourteen Thousand One Hundred (14100). They were all plastic milk bottles and were done with the co-operation of St Mary’s Primary School, Ely, the Isle of Ely Explorers at Sutton Gault and Witchford’s Rackham Primary School. The mayor of the city Ron Bradney was the first to cross the bridge. This bridge was a temporary structure and was created in order to create awareness about the need to recycle on the Annual Classic Regatta function of the city in 2008.

Longest String of Bottle Caps

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Longest String of Bottle Caps

The World Record of ‘longest string of bottle caps’ has been achieved by the students of Ambrosoli Interntational School from Kisementi, Kabalagala, Ethiopia.

In the record breaking fest on April 3, 2012, total number of caps used in making the chain were Thirty Thousand Six Hundred Six (30606). The record was created by a team of four boys from the school namely Vianney D’Aboville, Emmett Parkerson, Oliver Stewart and Toby Smith. These boys had been collecting such bottle caps from the age of nine. The record breaking bottle caps were used from the bottle’s of the companies Fat Boyz, Just Kickin and Endiro Coffee.

Largest Spoon

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Largest Spoon

The World Record of ‘largest spoon’ in the world has been achieved by the Centrul Cultural from Mioveni, Romaia.

As on June 7, 2013; the length of the spoon is 17.79 meters (58 feet, 4.39 inches) and is 1.50 meters (4 feet, 11 inches) at the widest point. The spoon is actually a giant replica of the traditional Romanian Spoon. The largest wooden spoon has been made by the Centrul Cultural; a Cultural Activities Center of Mioveni.