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capricious-pancake, Poland

capricious-pancake

(or Agnieszka) is a member in Poland . She has been a member for over 8 years (2,937 days).
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  • Distance sent: 485,885 miles
  • Last seen: over 3 years ago
  • Website: http://pancake-postcards.blogspot.com/
  • Languages: polish, english, french, basic german
  • Birthday: 28th April
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 49.56, Lon: 22.21 | Google Maps

About Agnieszka...


Hey!

My name is Agnieszka, I', an almost 20-year-old girl from Poland.
I'm very interested in the world, people and different cultures.
I'm currently living in Kraków, one of the most beutiful Polish cities, where I'm studying acoutic engineering at University of Science and Technology.

That's what I'd like to receive:
- UNESCO
- city views, especially night views
- landscapes
- castles
- people (ethnic scenes etc.)
- New Seven Wonders of the World (so far I have only the monument from Rio de Janeiro and Chichen Itza from Mexico)
- black & white cards (artistic photos in particular)
- music and dance
- pop-art and other very colorful ones
- showing something specific about your country
- cards with quotes

Please, NO MULTIVIEWS.
And no Christmas/Easter or ad/free cards. I'm also not a big fan of cartoons, animals, babies and handmade cards.
And please don't send me postcards from a different country than yours. If you're on vacation or something and it will be mailed and stamped in the same country, it's okey. ;)

I'd like to get to know you and the place you come from. Write something about you, your interests, favourite movies/books/music. What do you like to do and what do you want to do in the future.
I also want to read something about your country - famous buildings, nature, people, beautiful places... A couple of words in your native language are always welcome! Maybe a quote? I love them. :)

If you want to, you can add a little COIN from your country - my boyfriend collects them. :) You can try to stick in on the postcard or put in an envelope. I'd be very grateful!

People from French, German and Spanish speaking countries - write in your own language, please. ;)

South America is utterly fascinating to me, if you're from there and want to swap or be penpals - don't hesitate to write to me. ;)

I'm always open for friendships - you can add a letter or your email address and you can be sure I'll write you back.

Happy postcrossing! :)