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Yum! Floor to ceiling 'Chocolate Room' in shopping center in Lithuania

What a treat. Check out the scrumptious images and read the full AFP report below. 

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Roses made entirely of chocolate are pictured in the "Chocolate Room", a 183-square-foot room made of chocolate from floor to ceiling, on Feb. 14, in a shopping center in Vilnius.

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The "Chocolate Room", a 17-square-metre (183-square-foot) room made of chocolate from floor to ceiling, is seen on Feb. 14 in a shopping center in Vilnius. Lithuanian shoppers had a sweet Valentine's Day visual treat in the form of an entire chocolate room, but will have to wait to actually taste a piece of the walls and decor, organisers said. Seven artists used 661 pounds of chocolate to create it.

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A table and table-setting made entirely of chocolate are pictured in the "Chocolate Room", a 17-square-meter room made of chocolate from floor to ceiling on Feb. 14 in a shopping center in Vilnius.

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A chocolate cat sits on a chocolate chair in the "Chocolate Room", a 17-square-metre room made of chocolate from floor to ceiling on Feb. 14 in a shopping center in Vilnius. Lithuanian shoppers had a sweet Valentine's Day visual treat in the form of an entire chocolate room, but will have to wait to actually taste a piece of the walls and decor, organisers said. Seven artists used 661 pounds of chocolate to create it.

Lithuanian shoppers on Monday had a sweet Valentine's Day visual treat in the form of an entire chocolate room, but will have to wait to actually taste a piece of the walls and decor, organisers said.

"We wanted to create something special for Valentine's Day. The chocolate room looks just like a traditional Lithuanian sitting-room," Frederikas Jansonas, spokesman for the Akropolis shopping mall in the capital Vilnius, told AFP.

The 17-square-metre (183-square-foot) room is made of chocolate from floor to ceiling, and also contains chocolate furniture and interior decorations such as candlesticks, pictures and books.

Seven artists used 300 kilogrammes (661 pounds) of chocolate to create it.

"Everybody who sees a full-size chocolate room will have no doubt. It's the best place for a romantic Valentine's Day dinner," sculptor Mindaugas Tendziagolskis said in a statement.

For now, however, the curious can only look, not touch or taste.

The room will be on view until March 8 -- International Women's Day -- when it will be broken up and the chocolate distributed to visitors, Jansonas said.