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Azalee09, Germany


(or Anna) is a member in Germany . She has been a member for over 5 years (2,085 days).
847 sent 850 received

  • Distance sent: 1,658,147 miles
  • Last seen: 19 days ago
  • Languages: German, English
  • Birthday: 18th May
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 54.31, Lon: 9.66 | Google Maps

About Anna...


I started with postcrossing because I love to send and receive postcards since my childhood.

About me: I am 35 years old and live with my husband and our cat in a small town in Northern Germany - between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
Reading is one of my most loved leisure activities. Other interests are traveling, collecting and crafting with stamps, knitting, crafting, baking, gardening and visiting museums, botanical gardens and zoos. I really love to visit a new zoo!

What I really would love to receive (without a particular order):

- winter / snow postcards (all around the year)
- national parks, botanical gardens
- mailart (like mailboxes, stamps, pencils, postcrossing etc.)
- zoo postcards
- islands
- libraries / books
- sheeps, hens, owls, cats
- old castles and ruins
- museums (but please no paintings)
- coffee, tea, cookies, food
- nature (beach, ocean, trees)
- biathlon
- Snoopy and Woodstock
- Nouvelle Images, russian multiples cards, Gotochi (mailbox), Inga Paltser
- cards from Lantern Press (USA)

But I am happy about every postcard I receive. You don't know which card to send? Just send me a tourist card from your country.
Please, no advertisment cards, paintings or folded cards, except it matches my wishlist.

If you like, tell me a little bit about you. What will you do in your next holiday? What is your favorite food?
Or what you do with your received postcards. I talk about them every lunchbreak with my coworker, who is also a postcrosser. Really every lunchbreak! :-) We sit together and look at the cards the other one received.

It would be nice if you write the date on the card.

Have a great day, Anna

Ps. I am interested in swaping postcards, especially with the USA and Japan.