Hello everyone, my name is Pavel. I live in the Far East of Russia, in the city of Blagoveshchensk (which is located on the bank of the Amur River opposite the Chinese city of Heihe). I am the father of two beautiful daughters, and, of course, the husband of a beautiful and wise wife.
I really like reading books (if you have a favorite book, I'll be happy to know your tastes). I like to travel and know the world, including the inner world (in which countries do you want to travel, what are your free time activities, your hobbies, your goals in this life and what are your dreams, what makes you happy).
It is also interesting to know what people in different parts of the world think about Russia, write three words about Russia who immediately come to mind. But most importantly I wanted you to write on postcards. Each of your postcards is like a puzzle piece, and thanks to you, I make up a single picture of the world.
If you have kids, please let us know what they enjoy and do so I can share with my two.
I like to collect coat of arms from different cities and countries, they very well reveal the essence of cities and countries.
My most favorite postcards:
***with the flag of your city or country (FOTW - FAVORITE OF FAVORITES):
In stock FOTW: AU, Alderney, BE, BR, CN, CZ, DE, EE, ES, EN, EU, FR, GB, GG, KR, HR, ID, IM, IT, JE, JP, KH, KR, LV, LT, MO, NL, NZ, PT, RU, Scotland, SG, US, Wales
If sending a FOTW postal card takes a long time, then I am ready to wait.
**WOTW (Alderney, EN, EU, GG, IM, JE, Scotland, Wales);
**GF countries (AT, CL, CZ, LT, SI, IR);
**For USA: Rustic map (CA, MA, NM), Greetings from (OR, CA, NY), maps (OH, ID, NC, KY, VT);
*Illustrations by the following artists:
- Jean-Baptiste Monge
- Scott Gustafson
- Rolf Lidberg
- Sven Nordqvist
- Anton Pieck
- Torben Kuhlmann
- Mary Barker
- Susan Wheeler
- Beatrix Potter
- Inge Lock
*Illustrations by chinese painting style;
*Trolls and gnomes;
*with the coat of arms of your city or country;
*Lao Tzu, Zhuang Tzu.
I love nice stamps not less than cards (the more post stamps on the card, the more I learn about your country and culture).
P.S.: I would be infinitely glad to receive from you a piece of something small and interesting from your country. For example theater ticket, POSTAGE STAMPS (I collect them), small banknotes and coins(of course not large sums), dried flowers, tea bag... it all depends on your imagination!
P.S.2: It’s very interesting for me in what condition the postal cards reached, and I wonder where they live now, if possible, take a picture in the background: houses, apartments, mailbox, city, etc. This little one brings great pleasure. Thank you very much.
Be happy and have great postcrossing!