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Biggest Cake in Croatia Cut

CroatiaThe biggest cake ever made in Croatia had its unveiling last night at Zagreb’s Zrinjevac park…

Guests last night, including a number of local personalities, had a chance to try the 600kg cake, which was made as part of Slatki gušti festival which is going on in the capital. Proceeds from the 3-layered monster cake went towards victims from the floods in Slavonia. (pics: Podravka Facebook)

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