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Oldest Woman in the World Turns 130!

If this is true than Antisa Khvichava is the oldest living woman in the world. Khvichava who claims to have turned 130 years old  was born on July 8th, 1880 and currently lives in a quiet little village in Georgia with her 40-year-old grandson. This was said by the spokesman of the civil registry who was present at the Justice Ministry.

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Antisa Khvichava used to work as a corn picker in the mountains and had retired from her job in the year 1965 that is when she was 85 years of age. The woman was reported saying that she feels happy and healthy and that she has worked all through her life, first at the field and then at her home. She is known to speak only the local language of that area.

While Russian officials claim she is 130 years of age, her age has not yet been verified. According to records, her original birth certificate is missing. However, there are other documents are out there that do back her age and her family is saying that she is 130 years of age.

While she may claim the oldest woman title, Khvichava is pretty much bedridden and suffers from extremely deformed hands. Although she can barely walk, she is very talkative speaking only in her native tongue of Mingrelian.

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2 comments:

  1. Well, whoever made this article should now the Geography a little better. She is Georgian and not Russian. Thanks to God Samegrelo region not yet Russia.

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  2. I believe her age is/was in dispute. Evidence points to her true age being twenty years younger than claimed.

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