Elinora, Serbia
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About Elinora...

My name is Elinora. I'm interpreter-translator for German language. I studied German language at the Karl-Franzens-University in Graz, Austria.
My mother tongue is Hungarian. I also speak Serbian, German, English... and I'm trying to learn Spanish.

I live in Subotica, the northernmost city of Serbia. It's a town with about 150000 inhabitants. Its population is composed of different nationalities: Hungarians, Serbs, Croats, Bunjevci, Slovaks and other...
As a result of this fact, Subotica is a multi-ethnic town with a large cultural heritage and tradition. On a walk through the old town you will pass by many architectural gems built in style of Hungarian secession and decorated with famous Zsolnay ceramics.
Subotica is a city of schools and universities, music festivals (Summer3p, Trenchtown, Jazzik, Guitar Open Festival), Interetno festival, Etnofest, Harvest festival "Dužijaca", Wine festival, European Film Festival Palić, Desiré Central Station - an international contemporary theater festival...

My hobbies are: surfing on the Internet and reading interesting articles and watching documentaries, playing with my cats (two) and pamper them, listening to music and audio books, traveling
I've been to several interesting places (Hungary, Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Egypt, Tunisia, Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, Cuba...)
... and I hope that the day will come when I can continue my exploration of the world and its off-the-beaten path places...

I would like to get cards about your hometown, place of living and its surrounding nature, cards about landscapes and cats...

I would appreciate if you could send me postcards with original stamps... I collect them since my childhood

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