The world’s biggest book stops in Abu Dhabi until September.

Abu Dhabi does not do things in half measures.

The emirate has some of the most impressive structures in the world and its lavish malls and retail centres are huge expanses that offer a totally different experience to shopping in the UK.

Yet this appetite for the extreme does not stop at buildings and shops as the All Ain Mall is currently showcasing the world’s biggest book.

The book, titled This Is Mohammed, charts the course of the prophet’s life. Spanning twice the length of a man, it weighs 1,000 kg and has been ratified by Guinness World Records.

It was first unveiled at the Dubai World Trade Centre by Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, deputy ruler of Dubai and UAE minister of finance.

But people can book flights to Abu Dhabi to see it until September 2nd, before it heads to Kuwait.

Written by Ruth Norris

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