Dubai Fireworks 2014 Break Previous Records

Posted: Jan 1 2014, 1:36am CST | by , in News | Other Stuff


Dubai Fireworks 2014 Break Previous Records
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Happy New Year. New Year’s Eve was ushered in with a huge display of revelry and festivity all over the commercial centers around the world. In particular, previous records were broken at the Dubai fireworks taking place to welcome 2014.

Over 400,000 pyrotechnics got exploded in a riot of color and brightness in Dubai. New Year’s Eve was a time of merriment throughout the connected global village. And while there were places of subdued activity, on the whole it was an occasion to let go and enjoy the parties and passionate celebration along with others. 

The hurricane that had ravaged the Philippines recently caused the mood to be calmer there. And in some parts of the Muslim World, the police seized the fireworks that were meant for purposes of revelry. However, in the Las Vegas of the Middle East, Dubai, the display was truly a sight to see. 

The tallest structure in the world, the Burj Khalifa was the site of a superior display of fireworks that bedazzled the audience with its fiery creativity. The organizers of the event truly deserve a pat on the back for the painstaking effort they put in the show. It was a smashing success. 

It took place on such a humongous level that it entered the annals of the Guinness Book of World Records. Kuwait’s previous record of detonating 77,000 fireworks was broken by a wide margin by Dubai and its people this time around. Other places saw a lot of fun and excitement, in particular London where flavored confetti was showered on the onlookers.       

Source: CNN

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