Dead Sea Jordan Breaks Guinness World Record

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Fifty employees from Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea participated in forming the largest floating peace sign in the world, totaling two hundred and sixty one employees from different hotel chains in the Dead Sea who formed the largest floating human peace sign in the Dead Sea. The employees, a mix of Jordanians and expats, wore matching-coloured shirts and locked hands for a total of ten minutes to form a human peace sign. The winning signal was announced at 11:16am Jordan time.

 

30 October Dead Sea, Jordan – Dead Sea Jordan broke the world record of the largest floating human image in the world on Thursday, 30 October 2014. A Guinness World Record representative witnessed the event.

 

Mr. Sebastien Mariette commented on this great success, “We are very happy to be part of this great initiative that will not only highlight the Dead Sea as a unique destination, but also showcase our beautiful, safe country to the rest of the world.”

 

Monaco Business Development, a marketing company based in Jordan that promotes products, services and concepts to local and international markets, organised the Guinness World Record. Mrs. Mona Nazzal, general manager of Monaco Business Development, said about winning this great achievement, “We are very proud to achieve this world-wide record, which will definitely support our national tourism mission in promoting Jordan to the rest of the world.” Many local dignitaries attended the event, along with local and international media who came to cover this important event in Jordan.

 

The Dead Sea in Jordan is the lowest point on this planet, 412 m (1,351.7 ft) below sea level. Worldwide, it as known as one of the world’s most beautiful places with its dramatic and breathtaking landscapes and terrain. Mountains to the east and the rolling hills of Jerusalem to the west surround Jordan’s Dead Sea. The area is believed to have been home to five biblical cities: Sodom, Gomorrah, Adman, Zebouin and Zoar (Bela).

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