Tuesday, July 23, 2013


Today, I received this postcard from Taiwan.

The girl who sent it did not include any information about the picture on the front. The words Nanhu Mt. are printed on the back.  I tried to look it up, but I didn't have any luck.

Does anyone know if Nanhu Mt. is a place or landmark in Taiwan?  Maybe it's just a scenic picture of driftwood...and nothing more....

Update - Friday, July 26, 2013:

With the help of a friend (see comments), I was able to learn more about the postcard I received.

  • Nanhu Mountain is a mountain in Taiwan with an elevation of 12,270 feet.
  • Nanhu Mountain is one of the highest mountains in Taiwan.
source:  wikipedia.org

If you'd like more information about collecting international postcards, you can read my original post here.


  1. It's one of the highest mountains in Taiwan. Google "Nanhu Mt. Taiwan" and you'll find some stuff. :)

    1. Thank you so much for your help, Clover. I did it...and found very interesting reading! :)