World's oldest person died in southern Russia


The oldest person in the world, Tansilja Bissembejewa, died at the age of 123 in the village of Altscha in the southern Russian Astrakhan region on the Volga River. She was born on March 14, 1896. This was reported by the local head of administration, Elman Takiev, to the agency RIA Novosti.

"She has not gotten out of bed for the past three months. She was peacefully released on October 25 and was buried in a cemetery in the village of Altscha, where she had spent her entire life, "Takijew said.

Since January, Bissembejewa has been the oldest person in the world, as the Guinness Book of Russian Records shows.

Witness many revolutions

Bissembejewa was born in the tsarist era, 1896. She was the eldest of eight children and witnessed many revolutions as well as the First and Second World Wars and the collapse of the USSR.

Meanwhile, the Frenchwoman Jeanne Calment, who died in 1997 with 122 years and 164 days out of life, in the Guinness Book of World Records is considered the oldest man in the world with officially proven date of birth and death. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, 166-year-old Japanese Kane Tanaka is currently the oldest living human in the world.

The oldest man in Germany died at the age of 114

On October 22, it was announced that the probably oldest man in Germany, and one of the oldest in the world, Gustav Gerneth, had died at the age of 114 in Havelberg in Saxony-Anhalt. Accordingly, Gerneth has peacefully fallen asleep in his apartment.

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