Egypt has oraginised what it says will be the world’s longest Iftar (fast-breaking) banquet during the Muslim month of Ramadan seeking after a new Guinness world record.
The 3,000-metre-long table offered food for 7,000 people in the New administrative Capital, including the representatives of the Guinness World Record.
Khaled El- Hosseini, ACUD spokesperson, said in a statement on Friday that the representatives roamed the new capital before the Iftar to explore its famous landmarks and the biggest residential compounds.
The night was followed by a number of shows and oriental music event.
Ahmed Mekaled, a representative from the Guinness World Records who was present at the event said that the verification process is underway to recognise the table as the world’s longest.