Hillary Clinton has logged some serious frequent flier miles.
According to the State Department, the most-traveled Secretary of State in history visited 112 countries during her four-year tenure, traversing 956,733 miles -- enough to span the globe more than 38 times -- and spending 401 total days on the road. Her dizzying world tour shattered the previous record of countries visited by Secretaries of State, held by Madeline Albright, who saw 98 different nations from 1997 to 2001. It was enough to earn Clinton the moniker "Secretary of Schlep" by Foreign Policy, while The Atlantic dubbed her the "George Clooney of global affairs."
So where exactly did Clinton go? She broke Albright's record when she traveled to Finland, hit the 100-country mark in Latvia, and famously danced up a storm in South Africa.
Since the full scale of Mme. Secretary's travels can't be conveyed through words, check out the map below to see exactly how much jet-lag Clinton can expect to catch up with her.
The map above has been updated to include several countries that were omitted from its original version.