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Hello everyone !
It’s my second articule about postcrossing for you. Today you can read about recived postcard from all the world. I’ll present to you 3 of my favourite postcards and I’ll tell about them.


This postcard I received from Julia. She lives in Praga in Czech Republic.
“Dear Ania!
This is my favourite postcard of people- I really like the expression of the kids faces. I always wanted to study photography but then I decided to study german – cause I wanted to study something easy. I think it was right decision.
It’s a shame but I’ve never been in Poland! I hope one day I will travel to your interesting country. Pozdrav z Prahy= greetings from Prague”
 
 
 

It’s postcard from Tatsiana. She’s from Belarus.
“Hi, Ania!
My name is Tatsiana, I live in Belarus, not big town in Belarus. I;m 29 years old. I live with my parents, dog and guinea-pig ? Nyasviźh, which you can see in this card- one of the oldest towns in Belarus.
All the best !”
 
 
 
 
 

This postcard i recived from Esa. He lives in Vihti in Finland.
„Hello Anna!
Greetings from Finland sends one quite old man. Here you can see one tradition from my country, I think these boys would like you with them. Everything good in future to you Anna !
Esa”
This postcard form Esa is one of my favourite. When I saw this postcard I couldn’t stop smiling. I showed this to my Mom and she told: “ It looks like men's sense of humour” and we started laughing. And I can tell you, Esa is reading our website www.lolcat.zut.edu.pl ! Greetings for YOU Esa!
 
 
 
It’s all for tonight. Next time I will write about sending postcards.
Hope you like it,

Anna N.
www.postcrossing.com
 
Postcrossing
Hello everyone! My name is Anna and I want to tell you about my hobby!
 

 
When we were little children all the time we were dreaming about nice postman who will give us letter for us! Not for Mom, not for Dad. For us! Who didn’t dream about this! So if you still feel the same sentiment, when you keep some letter or postcard from friend in your hands, please read this article. ?
I joined to www.postcrossing.com 9 months ago thanks to my English teacher in private language school. She showed me her collection of postcards from different countries, all the world! And she told me what it is.
On www.postcrossing.com we can read in the bookmark “About us” : “The goal of this project is to allow people to receive postcards from all over the world, for free. Well, almost free! The main idea is that: if you send a postcard, you will receive at least one back from a random Postcrosser from somewhere in the world. The element of surprise of receiving postcards from different places in the world (many of which you probably have never heard of) can turn your mailbox into a box of surprises - and who wouldn't like that?”  
Honestly, in the first weeks I forgot about postcrossing. But one day I found the postcard from Switzerland in my mailbox! I was so excited and I started sending postcards. In the beginning I didn’t know how much are the stamps to each country. But in the Internet I found a nice Polish forum about  postcrossing (www.postcrossing.com.pl).  Everything is explained there clearly, and I know you will understand this, if you have a problem on www.postcrossing.com , because the forum is in Polish.
The postcrossing is a great fun in free time! I enclose the photo of my litlle collection of my received postcards. The stamps can be beautiful too, right?
I think I can be proud because I’m one of the  204 385 registered users in 207  different countries! Maybe you will be the one of us, too? ?
Hope you like it
www.postcrossing.com

Anna N.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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