ThomasPOLAND, Poland
  • Country Poland
  • Member since Joined 8th Jun., 2009
  • icon Seen over 6 years ago

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  • icon Interested in direct swaps
  • icon Polski/Polish, English
  • icon Male
  • icon 10th August 1991
    (28 years old)

About Tomasz...

Cześć świecie! Hi World!

I'm Tomasz (in English: Thomas), from Poland. I live in Piła (in English 'Piła' means 'saw') - a small, cheerful, green "city". I'm a journalist in local newspapers

Which postcard would I like to get? Any! All certainly are beautiful and make my joy! I have a list of postcard topics, which are especially important to me:

~ Jesus, Buddha, Muhammad, Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Confucianism, Sikhism, New religious movement, churches, cathedrals, synagogues, mosques, belief, faith, worldviews - and everything, when is connected with your religion.

~ Big cities, buildings, skyscrapers, sunsets

~ I'm interested in photography, so I appreciate the photo-postcard. I like creative and abstract postcards (in particular B/W).

~ Postcards from your city or your country. (particularly when you describe what is on the postcard).

~ Funny postcards and postcards with quotation.

I have a small request: I hate pink color and I don't like free, movie and ads postcards!!!

What could be on the postcard to me?

~ I collect coins from around the world, so I would be grateful, when, if you can, you stick to the postcard the smallest monetary unit of currency of your country. Thank you!

~ I am very curious about other languages, so:
~~~ in the address, at the end, write ‘Poland’ in your language.
~~~ say ‘hello’ and ‘regards from [Your country]’ in your language!
~~~ I have the international name ‘Thomas’. I'd like to know how sounds in your language.
~~~ put the date in the postcard – of course - in your language. ;-)

I‘m open to direct swaps. I'm grateful for every postcard sent in return. I also like getting letters.

Greetings from Poland! Pozdrowienia z Polski!
Happy Postcardcrossing and Lettercrossing!

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