WHAT: Be a part of history when Jordan attempts to break the Guinness World Record for largest floating image Thursday, October 30, at the lowest point on Earth – the Dead Sea! Participants will start gathering at 8:00 am local time (1:00 am EDT), and the event will officially begin at 10:00 am local time (3:00 am EDT). Tune in to EarthCam’s live Dead Sea Cam to watch in real time.
HOW: Watch the event live with EarthCam at http://visitjordan.com/earthcam/
WHY: The floating image will be a peace sign, representing Jordan’s dedication to a peaceful future for the Middle East and beyond. Individuals around the world can see this powerful symbol with EarthCam’s live webcam, thanks to its partnership with Jordan Tourism Board.
HOW: Watch the event live with EarthCam at http://visitjordan.com/earthcam/. For more information, read the press release at http://www.prlog.org/12379431-dead-sea-jordan-attempts-to-break-the-guinness-world-record.html.
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