International Women's Celebration is the fifth 70-level event of Gummy Drop!. This event has 70 levels and started since March 2, 2020 at 12:00 PM (PST).
As it has a limited time of 11.5 days.
You arrived in International Women's Celebration to rebuild the monuments.
After you built all the monuments, you will leave with various gummies floating around.
- The Little Mermaid statue
|Start||Infinite Lives (30 minutes)|
|After Lv. 10||1 1|
|After Lv. 20||1 Infinite Lives (30 minutes)|
|After Lv. 30||1 1|
|After Lv. 40||2 2|
|After Lv. 50||Infinite Lives (30 minutes) 2|
|After Lv. 60||2 1 1|
|After Lv. 70||Infinite Lives (1 hour) 2 100 1 1|
|0||Mary Shelley Monument||-||-||-||-||-|
|On a dark and stormy night in 1818, 18-year-old English novelist Mary Shelley wrote her bone-chilling gothic novel, Frankenstein. What began as a fireside ghost story grew into a worldwide phenomenon and is now often called the first true work of science fiction.|
|1||Wang Zhenyi Monument||1-10||-||-||-||-|
|Wang Zhenyi was a famous scientist, astronomer, and mathematician during the 18th century Qing Dynasty, defying the traditions of the time. Among her many achievements, her most famous demonstration involved creating a model that explained a lunar eclipse!|
|2||Wilma Rudolph Monument||11-20||-||-||-||-|
|After complications with polio, Wilma was told she'd never walk again. Despite this, she continued to pursue her track and field dreams, culminating in a history-making performance at the 1960 summer Olympics: She won 3 gold medals and broke 3 world records.|
|3||Malala Yousafzai Monument||21-30||-||-||-||-|
|Malala started to speak out on girls' rights at the age of 11, when the Taliban prohibited girls from attending school in her hometown in Pakistan. Since then, she's become an international education advocate - and is the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Peace Prize!|
|4||Valentina Tereshkova Monument||31-40||-||-||-||-|
|Valentina Tereshkova is the first and youngest woman to fly in space. In 1963, she orbited the Earth 48 times, spending almost three days in space. She remains the only woman to undertake a solo space mission. An other-worldly achievement!|
|5||Dr. Jane Goodall Monument||41-50||-||-||-||-|
|Jane Goodall is best known for conducting a 45-year study of chimpanzee social and family life. One of her major contributions to the field was the discovery of tool-making in chimpanzees, leading scientists to reconsider the very definition of what it means to be human.|
|6||Dr. Matilde Montoya Monument||51-60||-||-||-||-|
|During a time when women weren't allowed to attend medical school, Matilde would not be deterred! She petitioned the government to change the rules and ultimately earned her degree in 1887, becoming the first Mexican female doctor.|
|Hatshepsut declared herself pharaoh in 1473 BCE, ruling with all the authority of a man for over 20 years. She even portrayed herself in statues and paintings with a male body and false beard, ensuring she would be viewed as a traditional king!|
Quotes by Sam
- "Happy International Women's Day!"
- "Happy Women's Day!"
- "Let's celebrate some amazing women!"
|Gummy Drop! 70-level Event|
|5th Birthday World Tour • Harvest Festival • NYE Around the World • Cupid's Tunnel of Love • International Women's Celebration|
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