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Making women weak in the knees is what this new record is all about.

The Guinness Book of World Records has just certified the world’s largest chocolate bar. Weighing in at a whopping 4,410kg (9702 pounds), and measuring 5.7 meters long (224 inches), 2.8 meters wide (110 inches), and 26 cm thick (10 inches), this is definitely going to take a while to eat.

So which country created this tremendously delicious monstrosity? Guess! Seriously take a moment and think about the likely candidates. Belgium, Switzerland maybe, France even… all good guesses, but all dead wrong. The record-breaking chocolate bar was actually created by the Grand Candy Factory in Yerevan, Armenia; that small country wedged between Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iran, and Georgia. Yup, Armenia is now the chocolate epicenter of the world, at least for the next little while anyway.

So if you are planning a trip overseas in the next month or so, be sure to stop through Armenia, and get a taste of history – the entire bar will be served to the public in early October.


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