Annie Londonderry

1870 - 1947

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Annie Cohen Kopchovsky (1870 – 11 November 1947), known as Annie Londonderry, was a Jewish Latvian immigrant to the United States who in 1894–95 became the first woman to bicycle around the world. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Annie Londonderry has received more than 127,721 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Annie Londonderry is the 305th most popular explorer, the 98th most popular biography from Latvia and the 2nd most popular Latvian Explorer.

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Among explorers, Annie Londonderry ranks 305 out of 405Before her are Gustav Adolf von Götzen, Theodor Kotschy, Isidore of Charax, Francisco de Ulloa, Jean Louis Marie Poiret, and Alexander Gordon Laing. After her are Albert von Le Coq, Edward Bransfield, Hjalmar Riiser-Larsen, Nathaniel Palmer, Hugh Clapperton, and Juan de Fuca.

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Among people born in 1870, Annie Londonderry ranks 99Before her are Louis Bachelier, John Boland, Ernst Leonard Lindelöf, Henri Jaspar, Nikolay Lossky, and Lars Sonck. After her are Štefan Banič, John Isaac Briquet, Grigory Gershuni, Dirk Jan de Geer, Erik Adolf von Willebrand, and Max Berg. Among people deceased in 1947, Annie Londonderry ranks 114Before her are Urban Gad, Willa Cather, Léon-Paul Fargue, Emil Racoviță, Manuel Machado, and Hendrik van Gent. After her are Elena Văcărescu, Martin Klein, Felix Timmermans, Ture Rangström, Johannes Winkler, and Anton Schall.

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In Latvia

Among people born in Latvia, Annie Londonderry ranks 98 out of 242Before her are Arkady Raikin (1911), Jāzeps Vītols (1863), Zenta Mauriņa (1897), Rūdolfs Blaumanis (1863), Nikolay Lossky (1870), and Anatolijs Gorbunovs (1942). After her are Zigfrīds Anna Meierovics (1887), Heinz Erhardt (1909), Arvīds Pelše (1899), Aleksandrs Čaks (1901), Grzegorz Fitelberg (1879), and Alexander von Keyserling (1815).

Among EXPLORERS In Latvia

Among explorers born in Latvia, Annie Londonderry ranks 2Before her are Johann Anton Güldenstädt (1745).