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Record breaking

Staffers of state-owned port company PT Pelindo IV stretch out a 3,047-meter-long printed Batik fabric in Makassar, South Sulawesi, on Friday. The Indonesian Museum of Records (MURI) named it as the longest printed batik cloth in Indonesia. (Antara/Yusran Uccang)
Employees of state-owned port company PT Pelindo IV stretch out a 3,047-meter-long piece of printed Batik fabric in Makassar, South Sulawesi, on Friday. The Indonesian Museum of Records (MURI) named it as the longest piece of printed batik cloth in Indonesia. (Antara/Yusran Uccang)

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