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Postcard From Trindad & Tobago Takes 11 Years To Get To Dubrovnik

Eleven years is how long a postcard from Trinidad and Tobago has taken to get to Dubrovnik on Croatia’s southern Dalmatian coast, reports Dubrovnik.net.

A Dubrovnik resident got a shock this week when the postcard, which was sent in 2002, turned up in the mail box. There were no clues as to what happened to the postcard in the last years. Photos of the postcard here.

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