Dubai breaks record for the world’s largest water fountain

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Dubai breaks record for the world’s largest water fountain” – below is their description.

    Dubai broke the record for the world’s largest water fountain. The new Palm fountain, located on the man-made palm-shaped island Palm Jumeirah, covers an area of 14,366 square feet. It has more than 3,000 LED lights, 7,500 nozzles. The previous record holder held the title for 11 years, but it was broken by 7,327 square meters, according to the Guinness World Records representative on site. Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ►

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