SashaSamarka, Russia
  • country Russia
  • Member since Joined 1st Nov., 2021
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  • icon 26th September

About Alexandra...

Hey! My name is Alexandra.
I live in the south of Russia in the city of Krasnodar. I am an engineer, an architect.
I am interested in the environmental situation not only of my city and country, but of the whole world. I decided to get a second higher education in this direction, so now I am studying at the Kuban State Agrarian University at the Faculty of Agronomy and Ecology.

I like reading books, watching documentaries, playing board games, rollerblading. Almost every weekend I go hiking in the mountains. In the warm season I go with a tent.
I play the piano and recently started learning to play the ukulele.
I really like the universe of John Tolkien. And when I was a schoolgirl, I dreamed of receiving a letter from Hogwarts.

I have a pet, the cat Mars, he is very big, fluffy and kind.

I started collecting beautiful postcards quite recently, but I really like it. I hope that my postcards will please the same caring people like me.

I especially like postcards with images of mountains, lighthouses, space, cats, fairy tale characters, fantasy worlds, musical instruments, books, notes.
However, I will be very pleased to receive a postcard that conveys the sender's interests and mood, because it makes the postcard even more special and tells even more about a person from the other side of the planet, it is very interesting.

I will be glad to read something about the sender on the back of the postcard. For example, you can write about your hobby, your job, your favorite book, the last movie you watched, your most cherished dream, or you can tell me what you are thinking about now.
It will be great if you include the date when you wrote the postcard and wish me a good day in your native language.

Happy postcrossing and see you on the backs of the postcards!

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