I got the mentioned longest unbroken Turkish word(Çekoslovakyalılaştırabilemediklerimizlerdenmisiniz?)
from a reliable source( I want to give the source, however I cannot post the url here: it says "You are only allowed to post URLs to other sites after you have made 30 posts or more".), but it seems that now there are some other longer words such as;
which has been given here by Chazzwozzer before...
However, this does not mean the fact that "Guinness Book of World Records"' having accepted the above stated word
as the world's longest unbroken word/sentence is a fabrication, rather it means SOME NEW LONGER WORDS(some new records) ARE AVAILABLE RIGHT NOW... YOU KNOW LANGUAGE PROCESS IS PRODUCTIVE AND NEW WORDS ARE PRODUCED CONTINUOUSLY IN MANY LANGUAGES...
which means "Are you in the group of persons that they say we couldn't Afyonkarahisarianize?"
By the way, Afyonkarahisar is a city in Turkey. I think it is a 53 letter-word
Yes, the word you have posted is longer than mine, but
which is another Turkish word seems to be the longest for now.