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A record in his own name at the age of 115, isn’t that great? What was said was about Maria Branyas Moreira, an American citizen. Maria holds the Guinness World Record for the oldest woman in the world. Lucille Randon, a 118-year-old French nun who held the world record, died on January 17. Maria came to this position after this

Maria was born on March 4, 1907 in America. Maria’s father was a journalist in Texas. He died of tuberculosis while returning to Spain during World War I. Later Maria and her mother settled permanently in Barcelona. In 1931, Maria married John Moret, a doctor. Worked as a nurse with her husband. Maria’s husband died in 1976. They have three children.

At the age of ninety-two, Maria moved to a nursing home in Olota and still lives with its inmates. Even at this age, Maria is an energetic inmate of the home. Maria always found time for piano reading, gymnastics and exercise. Maria has been sober throughout her life and has never drunk or smoked cigarettes. Even at this age, Maria is active on Twitter. In March 2020, she was infected with Covid. The news of the Guinness record also comes at a time when life is moving forward comfortably as a fully healthy woman. Those at the care home are gearing up to celebrate the world record.

English Summary: Meet the world’s oldest living person at 115 years

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