I’ve heard so much about Malmö, Sweden for years (okay I’ve heard it mentioned in passing a couple times) but I had no idea where it was. Until I received this map postcard:
I had to look up Söderslätt Sydvastra Skåne – it appears that Söderslätt is a region in Southwest area of Skåne province. (BTW Skåne, or Scania in English, is likely where Scandinavia got its name.)
Here’s the reverse side of the postcard:
[Guess they don’t expect many English tourists to Söderslätt as I can’t even begin to figure out what the hell the caption is.]
“You asked for a map card – found this today at the train station on our way home from Lund. Lund is pretty – pretty boring. But we saw a cool clock in the church.”
Thanks to this postcard I also know where Lund is.