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The World's Most Iconic Breads

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Are you bready to see the best infographic ever? Well bread this way, sir.

The Baltic Travel Company have used their loaf to create this brilliant infographic depicting the 37 most iconic breads in the world, including the naan, the ciabatta, the tortilla and the bublick.

It's a shame to stop here, as we're on a roll, but you should take a look below and see how many you've eaten.

(Images: The Baltic Travel Company/Shutterstock)

[via Design Taxi]

Iconic Breads

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