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Martali, Germany


(or Marta) is a member in Germany . Has been a member for over 4 years (1,542 days).
53 sent 54 received

  • Distance sent: 112,768 miles
  • Last seen: over 1 year ago
  • Languages: Spanish, English, a bit of German and Dutch
  • Birthday: 5th January
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 52.52, Lon: 13.41 | Google Maps

About Marta...

Hello everybody!

I´m Marta. I´m from Madrid, big and nice city full of hidden places. I use to live in The Netherlands, and now I'm living in beautiful Berlin.

I love nature, specially the connection with human beings and how we can improve our relationship with the environment. I also like traveling, meeting new people and learning about different cultures and traditions. Photography is another of the things that I like and I can connect with all the aspects of my life.

I would most like postcards with:
~Retro photos/B&W/old ads/old postcards.
~Feminism and social fights (human rights).
~Scouts (I´ve been in a scout group for many years and I miss it a lot) and children drawings.
~All kinds of maps
~Any original/different postcard
~Everything related to nature, in special, to plants and landscapes.
~I love colors, I think they bring happiness :)

I also like to collect nice stamps so if you can use a nice one I'd be very happy.

Anyway, all the postcards will make me feel really happy.

It would really like if you could write something that makes you happy.

* I got this idea from another Postcrosser: if you send me a card in envelope I will be so happy if you put something in it from your country, specially if it´s a napkin (from restaurants, cafeterias, pubs, etc.) but also a teabag, a cut from a newspaper, bus/museum ticket or anything you like!