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Cards sent from Galapagos Islands take 30 years to arrive

BBC News Wednesday, 6 February 2019 ()
Cards sent from Galapagos Islands take 30 years to arriveThe two postcards were posted from the Galapagos Islands to Greater Manchester in July 1989.
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Postcards sent from Galapagos Islands take 30 years to arrive

Postcards sent from Galapagos Islands take 30 years to arrive
The mail was posted from the Galapagos Islands to Greater Manchester in July 1989.
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