HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS SET TO BREAK WORLD RECORD
On Friday, high school seniors from Macedonia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Hungary and Montenegro will try to break the Guinness world record for largest simultaneous French Quadrille dance.
The world-breaking attempt at largest simultaneous dance will begin at 10:30 in front of Skopje City Museum, on Makedonija Street to Pella square in downtown Skopje. The eight-minute simultaneous dance of Europe's high school seniors will begin after the go-ahead signal from Slovenia's Radio Val.
The outmost objective of the event is to have more than 23.628 teens dancing at the exact same time in attempt to break the world record.
The event, under the auspices of the City of Skopje, is supported by the European Commission's Delegation in Skopje. The event, organized by Skopje-based Culture and Arts Directorate and Ritam Plus dance band, takes place for second time in row.
The first simultaneous dance of high school seniors took place in Slovenia in 2001, and it turned into annual event in a number of cities and countries.
MD: Good luck!!!!