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The 21 foot doll, named Nana, was created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Colombia’s National Day of Childhood.

Children’s charity sets record for World’s Tallest Rag Doll

A children’s charity in Colombia has set the record for the World’s Tallest Rag Doll, measuring higher than a two-story house.

The doll, named Nana, stands at 21 feet and four inches and was created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Colombia’s National Day of Childhood.

The Huffington Post reports that the doll was built by a group of volunteers using skeleton created from bamboo, a concrete foundation and tensioned steel to keep it together.

Nana sets a new Guiness World Record for the world’s tallest rag doll, casting a shadow over the previous record holder that stood at a mere 15 feet and two inches in Genoa in Italy in 2005.

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