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The Woman, Who Was Considered the Oldest One on the Planet, Has Passed Away

Oldest One on the Planet Has Passed Away
oldest woman on the planet died

The city government of Cabancalan has recently announced the death of 124-year-old Lola Francisca Susanno. The oldest woman in the world according to The Guinness Book of Records, Lola Francizca, died on November 22 in the Philippines. The mayor, city government, and all residents of Cabancalan expressed their condolences to the family of Francisca. 

The woman was born on September 11, 1897. The interesting fact: in the same year people learned about the ice-cream scoop and Alexander Popov showed everyone his radio transmitter and receiver.

There is no information about the cause of Lola's death. The local government decided to make a Covid-19 test. But the relatives said she hadn't had any of the symptoms of the disease.

It is believed that the secret of Lola's long life was a diet consisting mainly of vegetables and a small amount of meat without pork. The woman also confirmed that giving up alcohol had a positive effect on her health. Every morning, Susanno played the harmonica to keep her lungs healthy and strong as long as possible. This frail, strong-hearted woman taught people to love their lives by her example.

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