Oldest Human Being and Oldest Woman In The World Has Died
Far away, in a remote village in Georgia, the Oldest Human Being and Oldest Woman In The World Has Died.
Antisa Khvichava claimed to have been born on July 8, 1880, and to be 10 years younger than Russia’s first Communist leader, Vladimir Lenin. She had a Soviet-era passport proving this, though her age was contested.
According to Khvichava, she was a retired tea and corn picker. She has left behind 12 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren. She had three children, two of which died as children.
According to The Independent, She has stated that all her original documentation proving her age was destroyed in various wars, but friends and relatives have vouched for her age, the news organization.
BBAC sends their condolences to the friends and family of Antisa Khvichava. We are glad that she lad such a full life and had so many family members to leave behind.
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Photo Credit: AFP/Getty Images. Photo was taken on July 8th, 2010 of Georgian, Antisa Khvichava, on her 130th birthday.