World Record for biggest ‘Sousta’ dance in Ayia Napa
A video captioned “We Did It!” began circulating on social media on Monday morning showing a Guinness World Record attempt for the biggest ever traditional Greek ‘Sousta’ dance.
The Guinness World Record attempt was organised by Ayia Napa Municipality and included 450 dancers from 22 dance schools dressed in traditional Cypriot costumes.
City Free Press reported that dancers from Russia also participated in the world record attempt.
Dancers performed the Sousta dance for five minutes with Guinness World Record experts observing the attempt.
The previous record was 384 dancers according to City Free Press, so it looks like the attempt will be successful!
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