Trabant Cabrio, Germany

The next superb Trabant card from Marco. This time a cult car in cabrio version. All photos  from Zwickau, a town where Trabants were produced till 1991.

Mississippi, USA

Mississippi - a state of USA in the South of  a country. The largest city and a capital of state is Jackson. The name is from a river Mississippi, which flows along its western boundary. The namesake is from the Ojibwe ( Indians of North America- Odżibwejowie in Polish) word  "missi-ziibbi"  ("Great River").

An official PC card from Melissa.


Magdeburg and Altmark, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

Magdeburg - a capital of Saxony - Anhalt (Polish: Dziewin: Low German: Meideborg). Magdeburg's version of German Town Law, known as Magdeburg Rights, spread throughout Central and Eastern Europe. In 2005 Magdeburg celebrated 1200 years from  its existence. Magdeburg's most impressive building, the Protestant Cathedral of Saints Catherine and Maurice from 937 year.

Tangerhütte - is a town in the of Stendal, on Tanger river. A town is known of beautiful park and a castle.

Tangermünde - a little town in the same district. A town was estabished in 1009 year and is famous for its Gothic architecture.

Stendal - the next 1000 year town in the region of Magdeburg and a capital of district.It is also an unofficialcapital of Altmark (Old March; Stara Marchia). Founded by Albrecht the Bear in the 12th century, it quickly became an important member of the Hanseatic League. Magnificent churches, the city hall and the two remaining city gates are still proof of that former wealth.

All these beautiful cards I received from Kathrin.

Neubrandenburg, Mecklenburg-Verpommern, Germany

Neubrandenburg - 65 thousands of inhabitants town situated in the southeastern part of the state Mecklenburg (Mekemburgia), on the shore of a lake called the Tollensesee. Polish name of a town: Branibór Nowy. The city is famous for its rich medieval heritage of Brick Gothic. Neubrandenburg was founded in 1248. It belongs to the famous  European Route of Brick Gothic, which leads through seven countries along the Baltic Sea coast.
A card sent by Michael.

Detroit, Michigan, USA

Detroit - a name form French "détroit" which means strait (Polish: cieśnina). Detroit is a major port city on the Detroit River. Located north of Canadian town - Windsor in Ontario, Detroit is the only major  U.S. city where Canada can be viewed by looking to the south. It was founded in 1701, by  French  Antoine de la Monthe Cadillac. The town is famous for 3 headquarters of car producers: Ford, General Motors and Chrysler.
A card from Zeroday via Slavic RR gr. 65.

Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina, USA

The Blue Ridge Parkway is a National Parkway and All-American Road in the USA, noted for its scenic beauty. It runs for 755 km in the Apallachian Mountains.
A card from Jennifer - Jenhart75 via Slavic RR gr. 65

Leipzig, Saxony, Germany

Next beautiful card from Leipzig (Lipsk) from Dirk. The town is also called Messestadt as in Leipzig are organized famous international fairs and exhibitions.


New York, USA

The Statue of Liberty is a collosal  neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York designed by Frederic Bartholdi and dedicated in 1886. The statue, a gift to the United States from the people of France, is of a robed female figure representing Libertas, the Roman  goddess of freedom, who bears a torch and a tablet evoking the law, upon which is inscribed the date of theAmerican Declaration of Independence. A broken chain lies at her feet. The statue has become an iconic symbol of freedom and of the United States.

A card from Kerry - Evsmom03 in RR Just Viewcards gr. 59.

Kyiv, Ukraine

A very nice card from Alexey. Ukrainian capital looks very fresh and sunny. A card shows Volodymyr's Catherdral ( 1862-82), Ukrainian: Патріарший кафедральний собор св. Володимира. The next picture shows a monument of Saint Olga, regent of Kievian Rus. She was the first Rus ruler to convert to Christianity, either in 945 or in 957. And on last photo - University- Red Building.

Helsinki, Finland

Next card from Helsinki, Finland's capital. This card sent me Kaheli via Just Viewcards RR group no. 59.


Dresden, Saxony, Germany

Next beautiful card from Dresden ( Drezno) in my blog. A town of common history of Poland and Saxony. On a card from Christoph is Frauenkirche (Polish: Kościół Mariacki). It was built in the 18th century in barocco style.The church was destroyed in the bombing of Dresden during 2nd World War. It has been reconstructed as a landmark symbol of reconciliation between former warring enemies. In 1985 year the government of GDR made decision about rebuilt but works started in 1994. The chuch was opened again in 2005.

Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki - a capital of Finland. It is  major political, educational, financial, cultural and research centre. as well as one of northern Europe's major cities. The population 585000 inhabotants. The town was establish in 1550 by Gustav Vasa, a king of Sweden. In 1812 a capital of Finland ( before was Turku) as a part of Russia. In 1918 a capital of independent Finland.

A card via Poland Tag from Maarit.

Binz, Mecklenburg-Verpommern, Germany

Binz- the largest seaside resort on an island Rugia, (Polish: Bińce). A very popular place especially in summer. The village is also linked by narrow gauge railway with towns and villages in the area,called Rasender Roland.
A card from Ingo.

Wismar, Mecklenburg-Verpommern, Germany

Wismar- a port and Hanseatic League town on the Baltic Sea in Mecklemburg, (Polish: Wyszomierz), 44 thousands of inhabitants. In the beginning, Slavic village Wyszomir. The towns rights ( Lubeck) Wismar received in 1229.
Representative of Hanseatic League city  brick construction as well as the German brick churches, the city has been included in the  list of  World Heritage  Sites since 2002.
A card from Witti.


Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany

Chemnitz - in 1953-90 called Karl-Marx-Stadt ( Upper Sorbian: Kamjenica; Czech: Saska Kamenice; Polish: Kamienica Saska), 243000 people.The third-largest town in Saxony. Located in the northern foothills of the Ore Mountains, it is a part of the Saxon  Triangle metropolitan area comprising 3.5 million people. The city's economy is based on the service and manufacturing industry. The Chemnitz Technic University has around 10,000 students and is the centre of scientific life. In Chemnitz was born Katarina Witt - German Figure skater.
This card I received from Uwe. 

Elbe Sandstone Mountains, Saxony, Germany

The Elbe Sandstone Mountains (Czech: Labské pískovce; German: Elbsandsteingebirge) is a mountain range straddling the border between Germany and the Czech Republic, with about ¾ of the area on the German side. The mountains are also referred to as Saxon Switzerland and Bohemian Switzerland in both German and Czech (Sächsische Schweiz and Böhmische Schweiz in German, Saské Švýcarsko and České Švýcarsko in Czech). In both countries, the mountain range has been declared a national park. The name derives from the Sandstone which was carved by erosion. The river Elbe breaks through the mountain range in a steep and narrow valley.

A card from Uwe.

Wilsdruff, Saxony, Germany

Wilsdruff - a town in Saxony, 14 km from Dresden. There live about 14000 inhabitants. A town has a historic architecture including Old Town Square and a church.
A card from Uwe.

Weimar, Thuringia, Germany

Weimar - 65000 of inhabitants town. It is a cultural heritage.  It is most often recognised as the place where Germany's first democratic constitution was signed after the 1st World War giving its name to the Weimar Republic period in German politics, of 1918–1933. In 1991 was establish here " The Weimar Triangle" to promote cooperation between Poland, Germany and France. But most known is a place of work of Bach, Goethe, Liszt, Schiller, Cornelius and Herder.

A card from Doris - Goyesca via PC Request-East Germany.


Canadian Rockies, Canada

The Canadian Rockies comprise the  segment of  Canada of the  North American Rocky Mountains range. They are the eastern part of the Canadian Colldiriera, extending from the Interior Plains of Alberta to the Rocky Mountain Trench of British Columbia. The Canadian Rockies have numerous high peaks and ranges, such as Mount Robson (3,954 metres ) and Mount Columbia (3,747 metres ). The Canadian Rockies are composed of shale and limestone (unlike their American cousins). Much of the range is protected by parks and a World Heritage Site.

Moraine Lake and Valley of Ten Peaks. A card from Kendra via PC Request.

Santpoort, Holland

Santpoort is a village in the province North Holland. It has been famous for a 13th century castle founded by William I van Brederode.  In the 19th century the ruins were one of the first buildings to be restored by the government, and they became the first national monument of the Netherlands.

A card from Jana via Germany Tag.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Christ the Redeemer  is a statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro. It was built between 1922-1931.The statue is 39,6 metres and weights 635 tons. It is a symbol of Christianity and icon of Brazil and Rio de Janeiro.  The sculpture was projected by French sculptor of Polish origin Paul Landowski. In 2007 the statue was called one of  New Seven World Wonders.

A card via PV from Elton.


Trabant, Germany

The next Trabant card this time from Tina. The pictures were made in Zwickau on meeting these cult cars.

Melbourne, Australia

This black and white card shows one of a main street in Melbourne - Flinders Street. It is a notable street in the town where are main rail and suburb stations also other important buildings in the town.

A card from Clare via PC.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

On this cars  is a National Museum located  in Kuala Lumpur,a capital of Malaysia. The museum is situated in close proximity to the Perdana Lake Gardens and it provides an overview of Malaysian culture and history. The museum is a palatial structure built in the style of an aspect of  Minangkabau architecture. Its facade comprises elements of traditional Malay and modern features. It was opened in  1963, and it serves as a repository of Malaysia’s rich cultural and historical heritage.
An official card via Postcrossing. 

Leipzig, Saxony, Germany

The next card from Leipzig show the Monument to the Battle of Nations. It was built for memory of Leipzig's battle in 1813 in Napoleon's times. It was opening in 1913 and it is highest monument building in Europe.
The next picture shows an Old Town Hall in the Market Place. A card is from DDR times.
A card from Dirk.


Frankfurt/Main,Hessia, Germany

Ebbelwei-Express ( An Apple Wine Express) is an old historic tram in Frankfurt am Main. It is  a very pleasant and traditional way to experience a town. The tram passed many Frankfurt's attractions (The Zoo, The Cathedral, The Main Railway Station and others)  during 1 hour trip with an apple wine or apple juice served inside.
A card from Simone - Hexentrio via Meet-Up RR gr. 8A

New York, USA

Saint Patrick's Cathedral on New York's 5th Avenue is a largest decorated neo-gothic style Catholic cathedral in North America. It was built in 1858-78.
 A card from Kerry- Evsmom03 via RR IRL&UK RR,gr.193.

Virginia, USA

A card from Rockin.


Cape Arcona, Mecklenburg-Verpommern, Germany

Cape Arcona - (German: Kap Arkona; Polish: Arkona) on a Island of Rugia. The temple fortress of Arkona, today called Jaromarsburg, was the religious centre of the Slavic Rani  (Polish: Ranowie- Rugianie) in the  Early Midde Ages. The temple was dedicated to the deity Svantevit (Świętowit), who was depicted with four heads. The temple housed an important horse oracle in Slavic times, where the behaviour of a white stallion could decide peace or war. In 1168 The Danish king Valdemar The Great anected Rugia and established Christianity.  Rani rulers - Jaromar and Tesław became Rugian Dukes under Danish reign. The last woman who spoke Slavic language of Rani, Hulicina died in Rugia in 1404 year.
A card via PC from Silvia.

Zaslavl, Belarus

Zaslavl- town in Minsk District ( Belarussian: Заслаўе; Polish: Zasław) was founded in 985 year by Vladimir the Great; population 14 thousands of inhabitants. The main architectural monuments are Saviour Church (Belarussian: Спаса-Праабражэнская царква; Polish: Cerkiew Przemienienia Pańskiego) which was built from 1577 onward and is still in fair preservation, and the Roman Catholic church of Mary's Nativity ( Belarussian: Марыінскі касцёл; Polish: Kościół Narodznia Najświętrzej Marii Panny)  a towered edifice which goes back to 1774-99. The Saviour Church is located on a place where was a castle from XI-XVII  centuries, founded by Jan Hlebowicz.
A card from Nadya- Nadea.

Minsk, Belarus

Minsk- a capital of Belarus ( Belarussian:  Мінск; Polish: Mińsk), population: 1,800 thousands of people.
The earliest references to Minsk date to the 11th century (1067), when it was a provincial city within the principality of Polock. In 1242, Minsk became a part of the of Lithuania, and it received its town  privileges in 1499. From 1569, it was a capital of the Minsk Voivodship in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. It was annexed by Russia in 1793, as a consequence of the 2nd Partation of Poland. From 1919–1991, Minsk was the capital of the Byelorussian Soviet Republic.

A card via Poland Tag from KateR.