The United Nations’ High Commissioner for Human Rights holds the Guinness World Record for the most translated document, the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights,” which has been translated into over 300 languages and dialects. How many of them can you read?
If you’d like to hear some of these translations read by native speakers, point your browser to Omniglot. [Note: I found a couple of apparent errors in the Japanese version and have apprised Omniglot. These minor errors may have already been corrected by the time you read this.]