It's the World's Largest…

Pineapple, guitar, cheesecake... find out who holds the record for the largest of everything!

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The 2014 Guinness World Records has recognized GingerBread Lane, created by Chef Jon Lovitch, as the largest gingerbread village in the world! The 1.5-ton, 300-square-foot village that is made entirely of edible gingerbread, royal icing, and candy. It is on display in the New York Hall of Science, in the Queens borough of New York. Click to see more.
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The tallest rideable motorcycle measures 16 feet, 8.78 inches tall from the ground to the top of the handlebars. It was constructed by Fabio Reggiani of Italy, and it was ridden over a 100-m course at Montecchio Emilia in Italy on March 24, 2012.
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The most body modifications for a married couple is 77, held by Uruguayan man Victor Hugo Peralta and his Argentine wife Gabriela Peralta, who married on Feb. 21, 2008. These 77 modifications consist of 50 piercings, four microdermals, 11 body implants, five dental implants, four ear expanders, two ear bolts and one forked tongue.
New Orleans' "Queen of Bounce" Big Freedia accepts a certificate for breaking the Guinness World Records for "Most People Twerking Simultaneously" at Herald Square, in New York City, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013.
Artist and camera architect Dennis Manarchy has installed the world's largest camera near the Chicago Loop. It measures measures 35 feet long by 12 feet high by 8 feet wide and creates massive prints.
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The largest rideable bicycle has a wheel diameter of 10 feet, 9.92 inches and was built by Didi Senft of Germany. It was measured at Pudagla, Germany, on Oct. 2 of last year.
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Steve Sansweet has amassed an estimated 300,000 unique items at Rancho Obi-Wan in northern California. As of May 15, only 90,546 items have been accurately audited and catalogued – a number sufficient enough, however, to beat the previous Guinness World Records figure by a factor of four. Sansweet estimates that the cataloguing process will take years to complete, as his collection continues to grow.
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The largest walking robot is 51 feet, 6 inches in length, 40 feet, 5 inches wide and 26 feet, 10 inches high. It was made by Zollner Elektronik AG (Germany) in Zandt, Germany, and was displayed in Berlin on Sept. 27, 2012.
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The largest living cat is Hercules, an adult male liger (that's a lion and tigress hybrid) currently housed at the Myrtle Beach Safari wildlife reserve in South Carolina. He is 131 inches long, stands 49 inches at the shoulder and tips the scales at 922 pounds.
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The tallest useable pogo stick is 9 feet, 6 1/2 inches high — a height achieved by Fred Grzybowski of the U.S. at the Toronto International Busker Festival on August 7, 2011.
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The largest chair measured 98 feet, 5 inches tall. It was made by XXX Lutz together with Holzleimbauwerk Wiehag GmbH (all Austria) and was completed and presented in St. Florian, Austria, on Feb. 9, 2009.
KRAFT Philadelphia created the Guinness World Record-winning biggest cheesecake. Made in Mexico City, the cake was more than 8 feet in diameter, 21 inches high and weighed 2 tons. It also used more than 1763 pounds of cream cheese. While we're on the subject of dessert, click to see the world's largest...
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ICE CREAM CAKE: Chinese workers broke the Guinness World Record for the biggest ice-cream cake. The cake was more than 15 feet long, 9 feet wide, over 3 feet high and weighed eight tons. Wonder how it tasted?
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FRITO CHILI PIE: The World's Largest Fritos Chili Pie was presented at the State Fair of Texas, in Dallas. The pie weighed in at 1,325 pounds, and was created to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Fritos Corn Chips.
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OBSERVATION WHEEL: The High Roller observation wheel in Las Vegas is halfway completed and sits above Caesars Entertainment's $550 million retail-entertainment-restaurant development. When finished, the High Roller will be the largest observation wheel in the world — bigger than the London Eye or Singapore Flyer.
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EASTER EGG: This tasty holiday treat was made at the Chocolate Festival in San Carlos de Bariloche, in Argentina. The nearly 28-feet-high chocolate egg was certified by Guinness Records as the world's largest.
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MONA LISA COPY: Luke Wharton-Jones, aged 8, runs across the world's biggest copy of the Mona Lisa in Wrexham, Wales. The giant version of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece measures 57.4 feet across and is 50 times bigger than the original painting and was created by community groups in Wrexham and artist Katy Webster.
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GOLD COIN: This is a 1 million Australian dollar coin -- the biggest and heaviest gold coin in the world. Weighing 2231 pounds, it is more than one ton of 99.99 percent pure gold and worth more than $55 million US dollars. The masterpiece is 31 inches wide, 4 inches deep and took 18 months to create.
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GUITAR: The Big Golden Guitar is a major tourist attraction in Tamworth, Australia. The guitar measures 40 feet high and weighs over 1000 pounds.
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CROSSWORD PUZZLE: The world's largest crossword puzzle was unveiled on the side of a building in the Ukrainian city of Lvov. The puzzle is more than 100-feet high and fills the entire external wall of a tall residential building.
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PLAYING CARD: Jesters from the London Dungeon perform in front of a giant joker as the world's biggest playing cards — a whopping 25 times larger than a standard deck, over seven feet tall and spanning five feet wide — are unveiled alongside the London Eye in central London.
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PIE FIGHT: Participants gathered for the World's Largest Pie Fight in front of ABC Studios in New York City during "Live with Regis & Kelly" to mark a new record in the Guinness World Records book on Sept. 17th, 2009. The previous record of 253 people was broken by 271 custard pie fighting volunteers.
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