TO Elina - I got the postcard of the church in Hulst but can't seem to find you on the users to send a thank you. Thanks!
write your IDs on the message of the postcard, not on the address, where they get covered up by mailing info by the postoffice!!!
I have received a card from Izmir Turkey, Elij(?) sent it, but there is no ID. Please contact me with the ID so I can register it. Here is the card
I love postcards of all kinds esp. travel, scenic and art (but art from your country preferably). I am 64. I am a member of the Gateway Postcard club in St. Louis (Gateway for 'gateway to the west', which St. Louis used to be in pioneer days) and heard about this site in their newsletter. I am retired from the US postal service, and whenever I travel I always make a point of knowing where the postoffices are and visiting them, esp. if they have interesting buildings. In San Jose Costa Rica, they have a beautiful main post office, for example. I like the idea I saw on another user profile of putting a simple sentence of your own language on the postcard you send to me. I am trying to learn spanish. I know a VERY little Farsi. I can read a little bit of Arabic script. I love to send postcards when I travel , not only from my home country.
My postcards are at flickr...look in the postcard collection for my postcrossing set and other postcard sets.
here is my trip advisor travel map