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paradonym, Germany


(or Konstantin) is a member in Germany . He has been a member for over 6 years (2,242 days).
684 sent 683 received

  • Distance sent: 1,353,888 miles
  • Last seen: about 5 hours ago
  • Website:
  • Languages: German, English and a little bit of french
  • Birthday: 12th August
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 53.14, Lon: 8.21 | Google Maps

About Konstantin...

PLEASE - put your card in an envelope if you can. I get so many bend and ripped or wet / dirty postcards - an envelope would protect it. - thanks... But do it only if an international letter is the same postage than international postcards. I don't want you to spend more money on postage just because I prefer envelopes.

I'm Konstantin and I life in Oldenburg in Lower Saxony in Germany.
I'm commuting to Bremen to work in an IT-service company every working day.

I'm a big fan of cities like New York, London or Tokyo. Mainly because the cityscape is much more organized and structured and you can literally "feel" how life is proceeding just by being in the middle of a big city.

If you don't know what to send:
- big cities
- detailed cards with much information on it (like the waldo cards aso.)
- skylines (cities, hilly landscapes aso.)
- big buildings/towers aso...
- buildings designed by "Hundertwasser"
- everything from the USA ♥
- "views from above" - be creative
- pictures of your hometown
(take a look at my Favourites to get an idea about my preferences)...

Of course you can still send me other cards, if you have a message with it.
AD CARDS ONLY when there's a personal message behind it. So tell my why did you choose this ad card for me and why did you think it's special even if it's an advert.

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