manencov

manencov, Romania
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Hello everybody
My name is Tatiana I am 62 years old and I was a teacher.I live in Popesti - Leordeni city.
Popeşti-Leordeni is a town in Ilfov County, Romania, south of Bucharest. The town's population is 15,115 inhabitants. Most of its inhabitants commute to Bucharest, with Popeşti-Leordeni being seen as a satellite town of the Romanian capital.
History
Popeşti-Leordeni was historically the site of two separate villages — Popeşti (name derived from popă, "priest" - akin to the word "pope") and Leordeni (name derived from leurdă, "ramsons" or Allium ursinum).
The villages were first attested during the 16th century: Leordeni was a domain of the Băleanu family of Wallachian boyars, while Popeşti was included in the lands belonging to ancestors of the chronicler Radu Popescu. The latter was inherited by the Phanariote nobleman known under the name Alexandru Conduratu, who settled it with Bulgarians from around Nikopol and from the Banat; the newly created locality was named Popeşti-Conduratu or Pavlicheni, in reference to "Paulicians" (a tradition designated the Roman Catholic group of the Bulgarian community by the names of their ancestors).
Popeşti and Leordeni were united into a single commune in 1873; boyar lands were divided by successive land reforms, and the Conduratu manor house was passed to the Costa-Foru family (whose member Constantin Costa-Foru was a well-known journalist in the interwar period).

I like going to the museum, movies, theatre. I like to read a lot,I like to swap postcards,I am interested to know a lot of things in this world.
I would love to have friends from every country.
Do you want to swap postcards with me?......
I am looking for:
Folklore!
National or regional ethnic traditions such as dress, costumes, dances, musical instruments, celebrations, feasts, ceremonies, activities, or customs;
Artisanal handicraft, typical, regional or national;
Icons, symbols or emblems of a place;
Royalty, historical or national legendary figures;
Flags, maps, coats of arms, or patriotic uniforms and parades;
If your town, region or country is famous for a special type of food dish, fruit or recipe, certainly I will be interested in it as well;
Cards with historical places or monuments,architecture,art cards,castlles,churches,cathedrals, monasteries,touristic places,city views,beaches,hotels,lighthouses,museums,libraries,universities,fortress, cards of UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE sites and BLACK and WHITE cards of any topic,Megastructures, stadiums, airports, the tallest buildings in the world .
I accept cards in the envelope оr without.
Please remember to put the ID number on the card.
If you put your adress on your card I'd happy to send you a reply card.
If you think that I should have already received the card you sent to me long time ago then ,please,let me know.
Happy postcrossing to all! Here are my postcards for trade:https://link.shutterfly.com/sx9QbJnqMY

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