Nov 112012
 

Kuwait City celebrates golden jubilee with largest fireworks display of all time. Photo:EPA

Kuwait revealed the most impressive light show and fireworks display of our planet ever. The extravaganza of colors which cost $16 million entered the Guinness Book of World Records.

The display organized in Kuwait City was watched by tens of thousands of people and marked 50 years since Kuwait became the first Gulf Arab state to adopt a constitution.

The world’s largest fireworks ever was validated by the Guinness Book representatives after amazing those who witnessed the brilliant event. Kuwait city’s sky was lit-up by no less than 77,282 colorful explosions that delighted the numerous audience for an hour.

The visual exhibition was held on the occasion of the golden jubilee of the Constitution of Kuwait and celebrated the creation of the first parliament of the country. Before the ceremony, the Emir Sheik Al-Sabah promised that the government remains committed to democracy. However, in the last 50 years the parliament has been dissolved 9 times and its activity suspended for 11 years.

Kuwait visual exhibition marked 50 years since late emir Sheikh Abdullah al-Salem al-Sabah revealed that Kuwait is the first Arab Gulf country to adopt constitution.|EPA


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  1. Love the Kuwait fireworks.
    Have a grandson there in Kuwait.
    Thank you
    Darleen

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