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I only received one card today but what a fabulous card it is! This map of Taiwan consists of leaves. What a brilliant idea!

Xie xie melolo!


Seems like most of the cards I receive these days come from the USA , Finland  and Germany . Just like the cards that arrived today. 😉

This is a lovely view of Philadelphia, PA. The back of the card reads “The Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center (foreground) opened its doors in 2003 as Philadelphia’s premier eco-tourism attraction. The overall theme of this environmental education center nestled beside the Schuylkill River is ‘Water In Our World.’ The exhibits for this world-class project focus on the urban watershed and the incredible history of this site. The Philadelphia Museum of Art (background) features an impressive collection of European art housed in a stately, neoclassical building.”

Thanks so much for the card Dar!

This  fab map card shows Northern Scandinavia, comprising Finland , Norway and Sweden . One can just make out Russia in the East.

Map of Northern Scandinavia

Kiitos paljon Helena_of_Troy!

I also received a card of Sweden from a Danish lady living in Germany . Not bad, huh? By the way, Hälsningar is not the name of the village on the card. It’s Swedish for greetings.

Vielen Dank für die Karte LoneMatz!

Did I mention I would get loads of cards from Germany this month? Well, two more arrived in today’s post.

The first card shows two African elephants. It’s such a beautiful picture.

African elephants

Vielen Dank für die Karte dogma7911!

The second card, a vintage map of Asia, is every bit as fabulous as the first. Today was certainly a happy mail day. 🙂

Map of Asia

Vielen Dank für die Karte Mimi1778!

Today’s post also brought one card each from Japan and USA .

I absolutely love this Hello Kitty map card of Japan. It is simply kawaii. And it even came with a matching Hello Kitty stamp. So cool!

Hello Kitty map of Japan

Domo arigato Hanako!

And this beautiful card shows Cincinnati’s famous skyline view. On the right one can see the city’s famous Fountain Square, which is located in the heart of downtown.

Thanks so much for the card emotis!

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