At the age of 124: The oldest woman in the world died

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At 124 and 72 days old, and when she was the last person left from the 19th century, the oldest woman in the world passed away: Franciska Suzano, an elderly woman from the city of Kabankala in the Philippines, passed away earlier this week, and at least according to clear documented history. Obvious birth, may be the oldest person ever living.

According to reports, there are documents in the local town proving that Suzanne was born on September 11, 1897, and apparently his extreme age crossed the previous record by almost two years, according to the Guinness Book of Records now includes Jean Clement, who was born in 1875 and died at 122 and 164 days , In 1997.

The Philippines still does not know the cause of her death, but it is likely that she died because of her old age and not because of the corona virus, as many millions around the world have died in the past two years, after not being diagnosed with virus-related symptoms.

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