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olly93karma, Israel


(or Olga) is a member in Israel . She has been a member for over 4 years (1,506 days).
795 sent 793 received

  • Distance sent: 2,338,068 miles
  • Last seen: about 12 hours ago
  • Languages: English, Russian, Ukrainian, עברית, a little bit of German
  • Birthday: 4th February 1993 (25 years old)
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
  • 10th on most postcards sent from Israel
  • 9th on longest distance sent from Israel
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Lat: 32.02, Lon: 34.75 | Google Maps

About Olga...

My name is Olga, I am 25. I'm from Lugansk, Ukraine originally. I moved to Bat Yam, Israel in September 2014. Moving to another country is both exciting and terrifying. There are so many things I've got to learn and understand. Hopefully in my new home I can continue getting little glimpses of other people's lives through postcrossing.

Here are some types of cards I like the most:

- blue cats by Irina Zeniuk (please check my collection to avoid duplicates
- greetings from BIG LETTERS
- PHQ Cards
- cute illustrations, drawings
- illustrated/drawn/painted pictures of: polar bears, foxes, raccoons, hedgehogs, otters, deer, cats, dogs, birds, fish and other animals
- painted/drawn city views
- watercolor images
- urban sketching
- Kliban's Cats
- Tatiana Rodionova's cats
- Ukiyo-e paintings
- vintage travel posters, travel art
- Ranger Doug's national parks posters
- серия "Империя в цвете" (С.М. Прокудин-Горский).

If you want, tell me what your favourite movie or book is. Describe the best trip you've been on. Or you can tell me about something you do for fun, something that makes you happy. Share your love story.
Or share your favourite quote.

Please please please DON'T send me folded (greeting) cards and cards in envelope (I don't like blank cards or written cards with no stamps, I think the card loses its charm).
Also, I'm not a fan of view/multiview cards - if it's possible, please save them for someone who will appreciate them. Thank you!

Thanks for reading!
I'm always looking forward to getting your postcards.