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[PHOTOS] 15-Metre Long Cake on Zagreb’s Main Square

15-metre cake (photo: Helena Pletković Photography)

15-metre cake (photo: Helena Pletković Photography)

A special 15-metre long cake was one of the attractions on Valentine’s Day on Zagreb’s Ban Josip Jelačić Square…

The cake was a Valentine’s Day promotion as part of the 5th Coffee and Chocolate Festival – Zagreb Coffee & Chocofest – which is taking place in the capital. We will have a full report from the festival during the week, but in the meantime you can check out photos of today’s very long cake.

(photo: Helena Pletković Photography)

(photo: Helena Pletković Photography)

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