Last July, Hillary Clinton, former first lady, U.S. senator, and Democratic presidential candidate, added another lofty title to her resume: the most traveled secretary of state in U.S. history in terms of countries visited. She nabbed the crown during an epic 13-day, 27,000-mile journey that sent her surging past former record-holder Madeleine Albright (96 countries), with an itinerary that brought Clinton through France, Afghanistan, Japan, Mongolia, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Egypt, and Israel. It was "absurd, even for us," one staffer said at the time.
But Clinton didn't stop there. She's tacked on 10 more countries since July, bringing the final sum to 112. Her total time spent traveling will add up to 2084.21 hours (or 86.8 days), and she will have racked up 956,733 miles.
Which countries did Clinton visit the most? She landed in Britain and France eight times each, and stopped off in Belgium, Egypt, Germany, and Mexico six times each. She also visited China seven times -- more than any of her predecessors -- while helping lead the Obama administration's pivot to Asia. She was the first U.S. secretary of state to visit Togo and the first since the fall of the Berlin Wall (excluding Lawrence Eagleburger, who served a little over a month) not to visit Vatican City.
Here, in alphabetical order, are images from each of the countries that Clinton visited over the past four years -- from Afghanistan to Zambia. Try not to get jet-lagged while clicking through them.