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Vittoria Zappone of Campania, Italy, Turned 110

Vittoria Zappone (Source: www.avellinotoday.it/)

LongeviQuest is delighted to announce that Campania, Italy’s second-oldest living woman turned 110. Zappone celebrated her birthday by achieving a new milestone: becoming the 22nd longest-lived woman in Italy. On her special day, Zappone was surrounded by loved ones and well-wishers from the community. Mayor Ruggiero spoke movingly, noting that her 110 candles represent the deep affection held for the elderly. He extended a special wish to this “beautiful lady,” who continues to share her wisdom and values.

Vittoria Zappone’s 110th Birthday Celebration
(Source: https://www.irpinianews.it/nonna-vittoria-di-mirabella-eclano-compie-110-anni/)

Vittoria Zappone was born in Mirabella Eclano, Avellino, Campania Region, Italy on 4 December 1913. She was a former seamstress, a wife, and a mother to two children. She continues to share the warmth of family and the enduring wisdom gleaned from a life well lived.

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