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Phibatola, Greece

Phibatola

(or Phoebe) is a member in Greece . She has been a member for over 6 years (2,485 days).
68 sent 72 received


  • Distance sent: 175,685 miles
  • Last seen: about 2 hours ago
  • Languages: English - Greek
  • Birthday: 20th March
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • Phoebe is a Postcrossing Supporter
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Lat: 37.95, Lon: 23.71 | Google Maps

About Phoebe...


Hi fellow postcrossers

I love to read, travel and I love cultural activities (theatre, museum etc.)

Please do not send me adds .Also I prefer cards that have one image on them instead of many.

I like all my cards so don't be offended that I don't favourite them.
(you can send me anything) but I will mention some of the things I like.

Something of your country (but not a multi-view please)
Books or people reading or covers of books etc.
Libraries and Museums
Castles or Great Estates
Post related, mailboxes, people reading/writing letters etc
Italian cuisine
Rainy days
Cute houses and cottages
Indigenous people / people in national costumes.
Writers / historical figures
Cards that include water (sea, lake, river etc.) but not only water
Landscapes
Dancers
People Ice Skating
Subway Maps
Coffee or Chocolate
Purple

IMPORTANT : Greek post-office is not the most reliable one. If you are sending me a card bear in mind that If after 40 days your card has yet to be registered its probably lost. I always register my cards. Please message me the number and I will register it for you so you can send another one. If at some point I do receive it I will send you a message...

Please upload my cards when you get them.
That way I feel my work (handwritten cards) is appreciated. And I do go to the trouble of sending a cards out.