HUFFINGTON POST
06/11/2014 09:15 am ET Updated Jun 24, 2014

What The World's Oldest Citizens Tell Us About Their Past And Long Life In Their Countries

On Sunday, the world's oldest man, Alexander Imich, passed away in New York at the age of 111. Imich, who had immigrated to the United States in 1951 after having fled from Eastern Europe during the Holocaust, died in a senior residence in Manhattan.

Imlich had been certified as the oldest man in April of this year, joining a group of individuals from around the world that had similarly received acclaim for their impressive lifespans. As these folks show, life might not be so short after all. Therefore, take a moment to appreciate what lessons they have learned throughout their lifetime and discover what it is like to live a long life in their countries.

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