I got a lovely postcard from Moscow, the capital of Russia today.
It’s showing the Cathedral of Michael the Archangel, located on the Cathedral Square in the Moscow Kremlin. It was constructed between 1505 and 1508, on the spot of an older cathedral, built in 1333. It contains frescoes dating to the 16th and 17th centuries..
I found this postcard in my mailbox this morning. It’s an official Postcrossing card coming from Moscow, the capital of Russia.
This postcard shows the Kremlin, the Water Pump Tower, and the Grand Kremlin Palace.
I really really like the colors on this official postcard from Russia!! It shows the Kriukov Canal and the St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral of the Epiphany, in St. Petersburg.
The second official postcard yesterday came from the USA and it is a print of a Hong Kong Comic called “Children’s Paradise”, from 1953.
This postcard shows the panoramic view of the Neva river in Russia. :)
I must admit I’ve been kind of lazy and didn’t post anything lately. So, here’s in short…
This is a postcard showing Novosibirsk State Academy of Water Transport. I received it from my new pal Olga. :) It’s a big postcard, almost double the size of the usual ones. But that’s cool, I don’t mind. :)
This is a postcard I received from my pal Katie. She was on a cruise with her family and was sweet enough to think of me!
This is a panoramic view of downtown Vancouver. I LOVE the picture here!!! I got it from my old pen pal Martina. :)