Moscow’s state Historical Museum served a special 23-karat gold cake for FREE!

Moscow’s state Historical Museum served a special 23-karat gold cake for FREE!

15.02.2017

Enjoying art and a delicious piece of cake glazed with edible 23-karat gold? Yes! The visitors of the Moscow’s state Historical Museum can tell!

Why was this cake so special? Keep on reading and find out!

What were they celebrating?

On February 11th, 2017, Moscow’s state Historical Museum celebrated its 145th anniversary, and during the occasion, all the museum visitors received half-price tickets and a chance to try a piece of a very special cake.

A huge delicious dessert

The cake was actually made up of 145 smaller cakes covered with edible 23-karat gold. It weighed a total of 500 kilograms and included tiny golden sculptures of double-headed eagles that made the Russian coat of arms.

The cakes were made by a Latvian pastry chef according to the recipes found in a cookbook from Paris dating back to 1752. The huge dessert was served for free during February 11th and 12th.

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