Lithuanians cooked a giant fried eggs containing a thousand yolks to celebrate the Days of Cooperation with the Kaliningrad Region, Russia's westernmost, enclave territory. The fried eggs was up for grabs in the Merceluke pavilion the Lithuanians had built on Kaliningrad's main square. The fried eggs was a record-breaking affair in fact, as the Lithuanians had never gotten up to that much before. The biggest fried eggs cooked at a similar event elsewhere only contained 748 yolks. The Days of Cooperation between Lithuania and the Kaliningrad Region will add up to a week. They are set to involve a Kaliningrad-Lithuania business forum, meetings for young people and students, Lithuanian art exhibits, and assorted gigs and mass events.
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