The oldest woman on the planet has died in Russia

Since January 2019, the Russian has been included in the Russian Book of Records as the oldest inhabitant of the planet.
Tanzil Bisembeyev, who was 124 years old, died in the village of Alcoa in the Astrakhan region, the Russian newspaper reported October 30.

“She died peacefully, buried in the ancestral cemetery. On the last way, I came to see off the whole village,” – said in a statement.

Tanzila Bisembeeva was born in the time of Tsarist Russia, in 1896.

Since January 2019, the Russian has been included in the Russian Book of Records as the oldest inhabitant of the planet.

It is noted that in the Guinness Book of Records the oldest person on Earth is Frenchwoman Jeanne Kalman, who lived 122 years and 164 days.

Tanzil Bisembeyeva, who was born in the century before, witnessed a number of historical events: the revolution, the Great Patriotic War, the collapse of the USSR. She was the eldest of eight children. The centenarian has three sons, ten grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.

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Earlier it was reported that the oldest grandmother Kristina Nagorno-Karabakh from the Chernihiv region died in Ukraine at the age of 117.

It was also reported that Nabi Tajima, a Japanese woman who was the head of the world’s long-living woman, died on Saturday, April 21, in a hospital in southwestern Japan at the age of 117.