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Nofenigma, Sweden


(or Natalia) is a member in Sweden . She has been a member for over 5 years (1,992 days).
644 sent 646 received

  • Distance sent: 1,334,117 miles
  • Last seen: 10 months ago
  • Website:
  • Languages: Russian, English, Latvian, French, Lithuanian, Swedish
  • Birthday: 23rd July
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
  • 44th on most postcards sent from Sweden
  • 50th on longest distance sent from Sweden
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Lat: 59.44, Lon: 18.07 | Google Maps

About Natalia...

Hi, my name is Natalia and I am a Russian doctoral student now enjoying life in Stockholm. I do research in linguistics, and I like languages and my work (which is actually not about speaking languages).
I also live in Latvia during my holidays, so don't be surprised if you find out that my information has changed a bit. I could send you both Swedish and Latvian cards, if you want. Or just don't wonder if I sent a card with mismatching stamp and picture.

I like music and urban orienteering, the best form of exploring the cities. That means that I highly appreciate photos with all the possible types of townscapes. I am a fan of old photos. I also like water and cannot imagine life in the city without the sea or at least a big river. I enjoy living in the Baltic region very much.
I like beautiful architecture, especially medieval styles and art-nouveau. Lighthouses, mills, castles, fortresses and beautiful churches are very welcome. Sea views or tall ships are appreciated. Trains and trams are also some sort of passion.
But to be short, I will just be glad to get any nice postcards from you :)

You can also write me in all the languages I know or in Finnish, Polish, Estonian, German, or Italian. All the Slavic languages are also welcome.