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France wins world’s longest baguette, dethroning Italy

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France wins world's longest baguette, dethroning Italy

France has triumphantly reclaimed its throne for the world’s longest baguette, dethroning Italy’s record with a colossal loaf measuring 140.53 meters.

France wins world's longest baguette, dethroning Italy

 

Five years ago, France faced a bitter defeat when Italy seized the title. But on Sunday, in a spectacle that gripped Suresnes, a suburb near Paris, French bakers rallied to restore their honor with a mammoth baguette fit for the history books.

 

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In a marathon of dough and determination, 18 bakers from the Île-de-France region toiled from the wee hours, crafting the gargantuan loaf according to strict guidelines. As the dough baked in a specially constructed oven, spectators marveled at the feat, while the scent of victory wafted through the air.

France wins world's longest baguette, dethroning Italy

At 4:40 pm, amidst cheers and patriotic fervor, the baguette was declared the undisputed champion, surpassing Italy’s previous record by nearly 8 meters. The momentous occasion, celebrated against the backdrop of the iconic Eiffel Tower, underscored France’s unwavering commitment to its culinary heritage.

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As tradition dictates, the victorious baguette was ceremoniously sliced and generously spread with Nutella, delighting onlookers and underscoring the communal spirit of the occasion.

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