Some 200 chefs have rolled out and cooked a 1.8km margherita pizza at Italy's sunny Naples waterfront, reclaiming the title of the world's longest pizza.
The colossal pizza measured exactly 1853.88 metres, slicing up the previous record of 1,595.45 metres at last year's World Expo in Milan.
An incredible amount of raw ingredients were used to make the masterpiece -- 2000kg of flour, 1600kg of tomatoes, 2000kg of mozzarella cheese, 200 litres of oil and 30kg of basil -- which was baked in five motorised wood-fired ovens. All ingredients were sourced from the Campania region known as the 'Home of the Pizza'.
The pizza took 11 hours to prepare, and visitors were able to take away a slice. Remaining pieces were given to the Italian Red Cross and to the Chicchi di Grano Association.
The record attempt was organised so Italy's Neapolitan pizza-making could be recognised by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) as part of the world's heritage.