Malaryta, Belarus

Malaryta ( Polish: Małoryta, Belarusian: Маларыта), a town in Brest Voblast, almost 12 thousands inhabitants.

A card from Nickey via Belarus RR, group 18.

Wuppertal, North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany

Wuppertal is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia. It is located on the Wupper River south of the Ruhr area. Its population is 351,050.

Two thirds of the total municipal area is green belt: woods, meadows, gardens and fields. From any part of the city it is only a ten-minute walk to one of the public parks or shady woodland paths. At the same time it is a major industrial centre including such industries as: textiles, metallurgy, chemicals, medicine (Bayer), electric, rubber, vehicles and printing equipment. One of the most famous pain-killers, Aspirin, was invented in Wuppertal by Bayer.
The Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy is located in this city.
Source: Wikipedia-31.03.2011

A card from Dennis.

Massandra, Ukraine

Massandra (Ukrainian: Масандра, Crimean Tatar: Massandra) is a townlet in the Yalta region of Crimea. Occupying the spot of an ancient Greek settlement(Tavrida-Ταυρίδα), Massandra was acquired by Polish Counts Potocki in 1783 who started to build here a palace and a park.

A card from Aleksey.

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Polish Catholic Cathedral built in 1914.

City Hakimiyt.

Both cards from Anna via Churches Tag.


Minsk, Belarus

National Library of Belarus (Нацыянальная бібліятэка Беларусі ) founded in 1922; it is now located in a new 72-metre high building in Minsk, Belarus. The building has 22 floors and was completed in January 2006. The building can seat about 2,000 readers and features a 500-seat conference hall. Its main architectural component has the shape of a rhombicuboctahedron. The library's new building was designed by architects Mihail Vinogradov and Viktor Kramarenko and opened on 16 June 2006.
Source: Wikipedia-29.03.2011.

A card from Irina.

Rostock, Mecklenburg-Verpommern, Germany

This time a view of Rostock across Warnow River.

A card from Aleksey.


Porta Westfalica, North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany

Porta Westfalica is a town in the district of Minden-Lübbecke, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The name “Porta Westfalica” is Latin and means “gate to Westphalia”. Coming from the north, the gorge is the entry to the region of Westphalia. Despite the Latin name the term was not coined in Roman times, but by scholars of the 19th century.
Source: Wikipedia-25.03.2011.

A card from Marcel.

Sögel, Lower Saxony, Germany

Sögel is a municipality in the Emsland district, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Sögel is most known for Clemenswerth Palace, a hunting lodge built 1737- 1749 by Johann Conrad Schlaun for Elector Clemens August.

A card from Marcel.

Helsinki, Finland

The next very nice card of nighttime Helsinki.

A card from Nina-Kaheli via Choose a Country RR group 50.

Ratingen, North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany

Ratingen - 91000 inhabitants town, settled in 849 year and received city rights in 1276.

A card from Marcel.

Lighthouse in Germany

This nice card I received from Nela via official way in Postcrossing.


Antalya, Turkey

Antalya (from Greek "Αττάλεια" - Attaleia) is a city on the Mediterranean coast of southwestern Turkey, and the capital city of Antalya Province. Situated on coastal cliffs, Antalya is surrounded by mountains. Development and investment, begun in the 1970s, have transformed the city into an international resort.
Source: Wikipedia-23.03.2011.

A card from Omer via Choose a Country RR group 50.

Lighthouses of Holland

This superb card I received from Ria via Postcrossing official way.
It shows the lighthouses along the Dutch coast.


Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

At 421 m above sea level, the Kuala Lumpur Tower houses and telekommunication antennae a world class revolving restaurant with breathtaking views of the city.
Text from a card.

A card from LUFRA via RR Choose a Country RR group 50.


Batanes Island, Philippines

Light house in Basco, Batan Island. It is found in Naidi Hills.

This superb card I received from Abigail - Abbyaguas via Choose a Country RR. 


Zingst, Mecklenburg-Verpommern, Germany

Zingst- Polabian: Sgoni, Polish: Sianożęt- is a municipality in the Nordvorpommern district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. It is located on the peninsula of Zingst. It is popular touristic center.

Holiday House " Zum Amnker" in 1972.
Publishing House: VEB Bild und Heimat.  

Pension "Zum Anker" now.
Source: TIXIK.COM - 20.03.2011.

A card from Marco.


Columbus, Ohio, USA

Ohio's Statehouse was built in 1893. The building architecture is Greek Revival style.

A card from Erin- Emotis via RR Choose a Country, group no. 50. 

Little Switzerland, Bavaria, Germany

The next superb card  of Frankonia and  Frankische Schweiz. from Joerg.

 A card from Gerschjg via Slavic Countries x OC group 92.

Minsk, Belarus

Belarusian capital in very nice version. It is Lenin Avenue in 1955.
 This card sent me Daria via official way in Postcrossing.

Rostock, Mecklenburg-Verpommern, Germany

The stone gate (Steintor)  built in 1574-1577 in renaissance style, placed in the south of the historic city of Rostock fixing. There was one next to the Kröpeliner Gate, Petri and Mühlentor to four main gates of the city and was part of the 22 to the former city wall belonging gates. This card was published in 1970 by VEB Bild und Heimat. It was sent from Rostock to Derenburg.

 A card from Marco.

Veghel, Holland

The Church of St. Lambertus Veghel in the Netherlands is a large, three-aisled cruciform church in neo-Gothic style. Its design was created by Pierre Cuypers. The church was built 1858-1862 and is an early highlight of Cuypers work.

A card from Mirijam63 via Choose a Country RR, group 50.


Trabant 601, Leipzig

This nice Trabant I received from Sine and others from meeting in Gottingen at 12th March 2011. It was sent via RR Meet-Up group 25.

Senftenberg, Brandenburg, Germany

Senftenberg (Sorbian: Zły Komorow; Polish: Zły Komorów) is a town in southern Brandenburg, capital of the Oberspreewald-Lausitz district ( Sorbian: Wokrejs Gorne Błota-Łužyca)|.

This card, published by VEB Bild und Heimat Publishing House, I received from Marco.  

Groningen, Holland

Groningen (Gronings: Grunnen, West Frisian: Grins) is the capital city and municipality of the province of Groningen in the Netherlands. With a population of around 190,000, it is by far the largest city in the north of the Netherlands. Groningen is a university city, inhabited on average by about 50,000 students.
Source:Wikipedia- 17.03.2011

An official PC card from Lynn.


Taipei, Taiwan

The Pingxi Line (平溪線) is a 12.9 km long, single-track branch of the Yilan Line of the Taiwan Railway Administration. It runs through the Ruifang and Pingxi Districts in the New Taipei City. The railroad was originally built to transport coal. It was completed in July 1921.
Source: Wikipedia-16.03.2011.

This card with original stamp I received from Hobbit via Postcrossing.

Volkach, Bavaria, Germany

Volkach is a town in the district of Kitzingen in the Regierungsbezirk Unterfranken in Bavaria. The town was founded in 906 AD. Volkach's main tourist attraction is its annual wine festival. Volkach's wine festival ("weinfest" in German) is the culminating festival for the entire Franken wine region.
Source: Wikipedia-16.03.2011.

A card from Michael.

Rheinsberg, Brandenburg, Germany

Rheinsberg is a town and a municipality in the Ostprignitz-Ruppin district, in Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated on the river Rhin, 75 km north-west of Berlin. This place is famous for lakes.

A card from Ingo.

Bad Salzungen, Thuringia, Germany

Bad Salzungen is a town in Thuringia. It is the capital of the Wartburgkreis district. It is situated on the riverWerra and 20 km south of Eisenach. Near the town, there's a Bundeswehr barrack, the Werratal-Kaserne, which was built in 1972 for the GDR Army.It is also known as a salt bath.
Based on: Wikipedia-16.03.2011.

A card from Dirk.


Peking, China

A card from Cloud shows new buildings in Chinese caputal Peking ( Beijing). This card was send as official one in Postcrossing.

On stamps: Shangri-La.

Kyoto, Japan

Ginkaku-ji Temple in Kyoto was built as a villa for Shogun Yoshimasa Ashikaga un 1489. The back garden is laid out with a pond surrounded by green moss and lanes, with a white sand pine and dais.
Text from a card.

This beautiful card I received from Evita via official way in PC. 


This beautiful view of Thailand I received from Leela via official way in Postcrossing.