The United Arab Emirates has broken five Guinness New Year fireworks records

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) broke five Guinness World Records during New Year’s celebrations today, using drones to illuminate the sky, and WAM, Emirates’ official news agency, said it wanted to continue to elevate its position on the world list.

Ras Al Khaimah’s Emirate has set a world record for the tallest firecracker tower at 1,055.8 meters, surpassing the length of any other skyscraper in the world.

The second record was in the “Most drones used to firecrackers at the same time” section, where 452 drones simultaneously fired fireworks, creating a scene with the phrase “Happy New Year” in the skies of the United States.

On New Year’s Eve 2019, the Emirate has already set two Guinness World Records in the categories of “Longest Fireworks Chain in the World” and “Longest Straight Fireworks in the World”.

On the other hand, at the Sheikh Zayed Festival in Abu Dhabi, three new Guinness Book records were set, and visitors greeted the first minutes of the New Year with fireworks, which lit up the sky for 40 minutes in the Al Watba area. Different shapes and colors.

The event broke the record for the largest number of fireworks in terms of size, time and shape.

The United Arab Emirates holds the Guinness World Record for most medals in the Middle East and North Africa with 425.

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