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Berlin Team Breaks World Record for the Biggest Ever Doner Kebab


A group of Berlin chefs decided that the record for the world's biggest doner belongs in Berlin and made an official attempt for the world's biggest kebab at the Mall of Berlin in Potsdamer Platz last weekend. The record attempt in Berlin was successful and was verified by the Record Institute of Germany, a counterpart of the Guinness Book of World Records, and weighed in at 934 pounds in total.

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