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Citystars Sharm El Sheikh sets Guinness World Record for largest crystal lagoon

The Crystal Lagoon, at “Citystars Sharm El Sheikh” will be officially recognized by the Guinness World Records™ as the largest crystal lagoon in the world, offering the Lagoon developer, Citystars Properties,a special occasion to celebrate.  The 120,000 m2Crystal Lagoon that clinched the world title is designed by the world-renowned Chilean Architect Fernando Fischmann.

Engineer Yehia al-Meteini, General Manager of Golden Pyramids Plaza, and Chairman of Golden Coast – the developer of the Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada Citystars projects, expressed his great pride in this historic achievement. "The record-breaking Lagoon will add a new dimension to the Tourism and Real Estate markets, not only in Egypt, but also in the Arab region at large," predicted al-Meteini. "Arab developers are quite capable of carrying out large-scale developments, and compete with key global developers, in terms of luxury and grandeur," the top executive of the giant real estate developerstressed out.

"The Crystal Lagoon, at Citystars Sharm al-Sheikh comes in harmony with our earnest endeavor to stayon top of multi-use developments market, in Egypt and to set new internationally-recognized benchmarks, for urban and seaside resorts,” highlighted al-Meteini. “In the light of our commitment to provide a unique lifestyle, we construct, manage, and maintain well-diversified and integrated developments, that exceed expectations of our clients, and bring considerable benefits to the whole society,” emphasized al-Meteini.

According to al-Meteini, this globally competitive project will further promote the city of Sharm al- Sheikh as a magnet to beach tourists from every corner of the globe, and will play a pivotal role in bringing it back in the spotlight, despite the current adverse sector-wide conditions. 

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