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'''Maria Corba''' (15 August 1878 - 8 March 1989) was a Romanian-German supercentarian whose age is officially validated. She was born on 15 August 1878 and passed away on 8 March 1989 at the age of 110 years, 205 days. She is currently the titleholder for oldest person born in Romania ever, as she is also the first and, at present, the only supercentenarian born in Romania whose age has been fully authenticated.
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'''Maria Corba''' (15 August 1878 8 March 1989) was a Romanian-German [[supercentenarian]] whose age is officially validated by the [[Gerontology Research Group]].
   
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Maria Corba was born in Izgar, Banat, Austria-Hungary (now Romania) on 15 August 1878 and died in North Rhine-Westphalia on 8 March 1989 at the age of 110 years, 205 days. She is currently the titleholder for oldest person born in Romania ever, as she is also the first and, at present, the only supercentenarian born in Romania whose age has been fully authenticated.
   
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Maria Corba
Birth: 15 August 1878
Izgar, Banat, Austria-Hungary (now Romania)
Death: 8 March 1989
North Rhine-Westphalia, West-Germany
Age: 110 years, 205 days
Country: ROM FlagROUGER FlagGER
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Maria Corba (15 August 1878 – 8 March 1989) was a Romanian-German supercentenarian whose age is officially validated by the Gerontology Research Group.

BiographyEdit

Maria Corba was born in Izgar, Banat, Austria-Hungary (now Romania) on 15 August 1878 and died in North Rhine-Westphalia on 8 March 1989 at the age of 110 years, 205 days. She is currently the titleholder for oldest person born in Romania ever, as she is also the first and, at present, the only supercentenarian born in Romania whose age has been fully authenticated.

ReferenceEdit


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