A giant Lebanese flag, said to be the largest in the world, will be unfurled in Beirut next month, Lebanon’s ambassador to Kuwait has said.

“The 65,650 square metre flag is a testament to the unity of Lebanon,” Ambassador Bassam Al Naamani said. “The initial plan was to have a 25,000 square metre flag, but when we heard that another country was planning to produce a 60,000 square metre flag, we decided to upgrade ours to 65,650 square metres,” he said. [Source]

The flag was produced by a school in Kuwait and sponsored by the Lebanese embassy in Kuwait.

To give you an idea on how tall this flag is, it is exactly as tall as the Tour Eiffel in France.