The enormous knafeh measures 75 meters long and two meters wide, and has an estimated weight of about 1,350 kg.
Knafeh is a sweet pastry, renowned throughout the Arab world, Turkey as well as in Israel. It is made primarily of noodles and honey-sweetened goat cheese.
The town of Nablus is considered to be the birth place of the knafeh, which it is believed to have first appeared at the beginning of the 15th century.
Nabulus's knafeh is famous thanks to the special Nabulsi cheese used in its preparation.