Today we have 4 new outbound postcards ready to be sent to: Russia, USA, Netherlands and Ukraine
The card RO-96972 will go to Anastasia in Russia. The card was bought online from ebay, in a collection of worldwide postcards. This card shows the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, it is a nice in-motion picture of the monument caught at night fall in high traffic.
The next card goes to U.S.A. to Sheila, postcard ID: RO-96975 and it is a local card from the Bran Castle. I saw on the postcrossing.com profile of Sheila that she likes stories about Dracula and I wanted to send her this card with the castle that is commonly associated with Dracula. This fictional character, Dracula, is a Transylvanian Count with a castle located high above a valley perched on a rock with a flowing river below in the Principality of Transylvania. He is often confused with Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), sometimes known as Vlad Dracul, who was a Walachian Prince.
More info about the castle can be found on the official website http://www.bran-castle.com/
The card ready to be sent to Mariska in The Netherlands has the ID: RO-96974 and was bought from Edirne, Turkey. We visited this town on our way to Kusadasi, Turkey when we went in to our summer holiday in 2013. We spent there 12 amazing days. Turkey is a welcoming land with amazing landmarks, breath taking views and friendly to tourists people. We can hardly wait to plan another summer holiday there. The card shows an amazing mosque complex.
The last postcard from this outbound package goes to Ukraine to Rita (ID: RO-96975) and it is a view from Prague showing Tyna Hostel and Tyn Church. Prague is an amazing city that anyone needs to visit if you plan an Europe cities trip. We went there in December 2012 for a few days and we would gladly return there for another visit. You need at least 4-5 days to visit all the landmarks of the city.
Below you have all the postcards together and also the back of the cards with the stamps. Unfortunately at this moment I could not find any special stamps at the post office. I will check out other post offices to see what variety of stamps I can find there.
I hope you have enjoyed this outbound set of postcards. Have a wonderful day and If you have liked this post do not forget to share it on your social media wall!