In front of a polar bear in Greenland, on a boat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, at Johnny Hallyday’s grave in Saint-Barthélemy, but in Australia, Chad or Romania… La Lande’s coat of arms- Chasles, a town of 122 inhabitants in the Maine-et-Loire department, travel .
The photo has been taken in (almost?) every country in the world except North Korea. The challenge was launched by the city’s mayor, Jean-Christophe Rouxel, who aims for a place in the Guinness Book of Records.
The concept is simple: everyone is invited to send a photo with the La Lande-Chacelles coat of arms in the form of a sticker, photographed on a smartphone or printed on another medium, on social networks or by email. Email [email protected]. The commune mayor is responsible for listing them A google map, Anyone can see the photos. “95% of the people who send me photos, I don’t know them. We got some from the North Pole, from the South Pole at -72 degrees from a doctor wearing gloves,” says the city councilor. RTL.
The only missing country is North Korea
To date, North Korea is the only one missing. But the problem will be solved soon. On Tuesday, the city’s mayor shared a photo on X (formerly Twitter) of a coat of arms attached to the North Korean embassy in Paris. It stands for “Mail Dropped in Mailbox”. However, the photo taken at the embassy could be considered to have been taken in Kim Jong-un’s country. Allow the municipality to receive recognition from the Guinness Book of World Records for the most distributed coat of arms in the world.
To encourage amateur photographers, he also reminds that “all photographers can get the title of Guinness Book of Associates, the most widely distributed municipal coat of arms in the world.” will continue.
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