Venezuela: At the age of 114 the oldest man on the planet died – He had 12 triangles

He died at the age of 114 in the oldest man in the world. Juan Vicente Peres Mora held the relevant record based on the World Book. Juan Vicente Peres Mora from Venezuela, who became in 2022 the oldest man on Earth, according to the Book of Record Guinness, left life on Tuesday (02.03.2024), at the age of 114, authorities and his family announced on Wednesday 3 April. “Juan Vicente Peres Mora spent eternity at the age of 114. This man from El Cobre offered Venezuela the longevity record attributed by Guinness Records,” he said in a post on the platform X (formerly Twitter) the country’s president, Nicolas Maduro. On 4 February 2022, the age then 112 years and 253 days Juan Vicente Peres Mora was officially recognized as the oldest man on the planet, according to World Records Guinness website. Juan Vicente Pérez Mora ha trascendido hacia la eternidad a sus 114 años, tachirense del poblado de El Cobre que le regaló a Venezuela el Récord Guinness por ser el hombre más longevo del mondo. Envío mi abrazo y condolencias a sus familiares y a todo el pueblo de El Cobre estado… — Nicolás Maduro (@NicolasMaduro) Father of 11 children, Juan Vicente Peres Mora had 2022 41 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and 12 triangles. This man, a farmer in the profession, was born in El Cobre in the state of Tahira, western Venezuela, on 27 May 1909. He was the ninth family child with 10 children. “At the age of five, he began working with his father and brothers in the cultivation of the land and helping harvest cane and coffee,” writes the Guinness world record book after the award of this distinction.