I'm 40 y.o. Russian married to an Iranian and take turns living between the two countries for now. I've also authored a guidebook on Iran. Right now I'm in business of selling tours to Iran for Russians, and we plan to make English version of the site (feel free to take a look at our site: www.goiran.ru).
I'm very thirsty for travels and I hope to be able to see all the world.
- Your city/country highlights, UNESCO sites, architecture and other touristic things.
- MAPS (old, new, funny, self-made - any!)
- Books, writing, calligraphy, alphabet, anything connected with your language.
- "Greetings from...."
- DONKEYS and TURTLES/TORTOISES, also OCTOPUS and UNICORN
- national clothes, national mythology, strange creatures, magic, etc. - everything connected with the culture of your country.
- Films and series: Miayadzaki, House MD, The Handmaids Tale, Harry Potter, Game of Thrones
But of course all types of cards are welcome!,
Just please NO nude, alcohol or any other openly "immoral" topics. I live in Islamic country, and there are no postboxes, post is simply left openly on the 1st floor of multi-storied buildungs. Also my 12-y.o. nephew enjoys getting my cards and opening envelopes:)
I also COLLECT STAMPS - you can either glue them on the envelope or put inside.
Also I COLLECT BANKNOTES AND COINS, including small eurocents from EU (they differ from country to country) and quarter dollars with pictures from the USA.
I am always open for private swaps for all these items.
I'm waiting for your cards impatiently!
NOTE FOR SWAPPERS (READ CAREFULLY):
1) Please send me your e-mail. Postcrossing has tight restrictions on sending private messages.
2) Sometimes you may have to wait for my answer quite long, up to several months. Do not be desperate - eventually I answer everyone. Please do not take it as a sign of disrespect, sometimes its physically impossible to answer 40-50 requests in a row.
3)I keep getting quite a lot of requests for direct swaps and I'm very happy to exchange. I have good supply of Iranian cards and stamps, but recently I have to send them all from Moscow, Russia (in envelopes, so that Russian stamps won't get at Iranian card). Due to pandemic I had to stay in Moscow, and will spend at least a year there
Hope I did not disappoint you!