This card is showing Gasselte in the Netherlands. It's located in the country's north. The postcrosser I got this from is a retired postman so it's not surprising that I got a nice stamp on this card, too!
From Ukraine I got two postcards that day. Both are showing places in Kharkiv. The first one shows the monument of T.G. Shevchenko, who was an Ukrainian poet. The second one is the Liberty Square - according to the postcard it's the biggest one in Europe and a symbol of pride for the Ukrainians.
The stamps are really nice, too, though I'm not too sure what kind of vase they aer showing or what they might mean.
This card is called ' The Three Princesses of the Underground Kingdom', painted by Victor Vasnetsov 1879-1881. It's being showed in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow. It's a really cool card. Quite mysterious.
The stamps are showing a fox, the Kreml and an apparently famous russian person, but I must admit that I don't recognize him at all. Some help here?
This awesome Disney card arrived from Moscow, Russia. Isn't it awesome? I really enjoyed it, as I totally love Disney (and the Snow White movie, as a matter of fact). It was printed in 1998, but you can apparently still buy it there.
It travelled 26 days. The stamps weren't taht bad, either. The Kreml-one I already new, but the tiger was one I haven't seen before, probably as it was printed 2005 if I got it right.
I quite feel like a bad blogger. :P Acutally it has been about a year since the last entry and yesterday I decided it is about time to take up with blogging again. So here I am, hopefully succeeding to keep on blogging a tiny bit longer than last time.
While going through some of my old mail I found this card I got from a Finnish friend of mine some while ago. I got no idea why I never blogged it, so here it is now. It's showing Kuopio, in Nothern Savonia, Finland.
Now let's hope I will blog soon again. You never know. :P