Worlds Largest Champagne Fountain

Monday, January 28, 2008 |
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At 43,000 glasses and counting, an attempt is underway of the free-flowing bubbly to break the world record for the ‘Largest Champagne Fountain’ in the Wijnegem shopping center near Antwerp — we’re assuming Belgium.

The 22.9 foot (7 meter) high pyramid of glasses weighing 19,590 pounds (8,750 kilos) will attempt to break the record held by Luuk Broos, director of Maison Luuk-Chalet Fontain.

Luuk’s 56-story champagne fountain was made from 30,856 traditional long-stem glasses at the Steigenberger Kurhaus Hotel in Scheveningen, Netherlands on December 30 1999.









Photo: Reuters

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