4 new outbound postcards via Postcrossing

Finally I managed to make some time to send some new postcards via the postcrossing.com website. The last week the website had the 10th anniversary. 10 years of smiles I would like to say, 10 years of happy mailboxes and at the moment more than 30 million postcards were sent trough this project.

Let’s get back to my outbound postcards, all 4 of them are going this time to Europe postcrossers

The first one goes to Irina in Russia and it is a postcard from SECU monastery in Neamt, North-East of Romania, The area of Neamt is well known for it’s monastery heritage. More info about the monastery here. We received this postcard as a gift from my small brother it is an older postcard made in the early 2000. Hope Irina will like it.

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The second postcard goes to Thea in Germany, it is not a postcard from Romania but a postcard from Paris, France. One of the most beautiful cities we ever visited. We got this postcard when we visited Paris I believe about 4 years ago. Wow time flies fast!

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The third postcard goes to Sarka in Czech Republic, and this also is a card from outside of Romania, it is a card from Hannover, Germany. We received this one along with some other cards from a good friend, he went in Hannover a few years ago for his work and he knew we love postcards so he brought some for us. Hope Sarka will like this one with the beautiful Hannover gardens.

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The fourth and the last card for this outbound postcards series goes to Mariandra in Estonia.This is an old postcard with views from Brasov, our home city. I believe the postcard is from the 90’s so it can be considered a vintage card already.

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