Hi! My name is Ekaterina or Katya for short. I live in Russia in the cold Siberia (Tyumen city). I work at the local airport.
I'm an introvert, and when I'm in my city I prefer to be at home, but I do love to travel and would like to travel all over the world. Most of all, I dream of visiting Europe and walking along the ancient streets. I don't really like big cities and prefer the countryside and cozy little towns.
I'm a bit of a creative person, I'm interested in art and I like to draw, I like to go to museums and exhibitions. I love drinking coffee and going to coffee shops.
I decided to do Postcrossing because it would be interesting for me to communicate with people from different parts of the world. I will be happy to receive a postcard from you!
Here are some of the themes I like on postcards:
- Something that shows the culture of your country (sights of your city or country, famous buildings, streets, nature, animals, traditional clothing, food, folklore, and so on)
- People in national costumes, Indigenous peoples
- Royal families
- Art (I like impressionism)
- SUMMER landscape
- Black cats
- Villages and cottages
- Airports, Passenger Aircrafts
- Postcards with interesting facts
- Shaped postcards (postcards of unusual shape)
- Tausendschön postcards.
Don't worry, any postcard is a gift for me, so I will be glad to receive your card in any case!
PLEASE, only real postcards, no handmade, or ad/free cards.
I really like to get to know different cultures, so I would be interested if you write on a postcard:
- what place should I visit if I come to your city/country?
- what kind of food should I try if I come to your city/country?
- what urban legends do you have?
- what superstitions are there in your country? Do you believe in them?
- what's your favorite national holiday? Festival?
- if you like to travel, which place did you like the most?
- how much does it cost to send postcards from your country?
- what is your favorite book, song, or movie (you can advise me, it's interesting!).
It would be great if you would write something in your language (maybe a greeting).
I'm not a philatelist, but I will be glad to see beautiful and interesting stamps :)
You can pack your postcard in an envelope, and you can also send it without it, as you prefer.
If you decide to put your postcard in an envelope, I will be so happy if you put something in the envelope (a coin, tea, a clipping from a newspaper or magazine, a ticket, a small magnet, and so on).
I'm happy to do direct swaps, if you are interested, write to me :)
Thank you for reading my profile!