Neighbors: Sent to Czech Republic, Germany, & Poland

A lot of my Postcrossing cards have been reaching their destinations this week, so I drew 3 more names–and all are neighbors, sort of.

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Brno, Czech Republic is the destination of the first card, the nice kitty…or is it?–right, it’s a doggy.  With these toys, I always think the doggies are kitties–until I see the kitties.  Anyhow, Brno.  According to Wikipedia:

Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic by population and area.  Brno is the seat of judicial authority of the Czech Republic.

The card goes to a 12-year-old boy who says he plays badminton, and doesn’t mind what card I send.  So I hope he doesn’t mind this card.

Over in Czerniewice, Poland

Czerniewice is a village in Tomaszów Mazowiecki County, Łódź Voivodeship, in central Poland. It lies on the Krzemionka River, approximately 50 km (31 mi) east of the regional capital Łódź. It was probably founded in the 14th century.  In 2004 the village had a population of 730.  –Wikipedia

–the Postcrosser, who is soon to be wed, said she likes black & white cards, art cards, and cards with animals.  I combined the three for her.

Finally, Snow White is going to Wadersloh, Germany.  Here is the entire text from Wikipedia’s entry on that town:

Wadersloh is a municipality in the district of Warendorf, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is situated approximately 10 km north-west of Lippstadt and 30 km east of Hamm. In it there is a grammar school which is named Gymnasium Johanneum. Wadersloh was the place of a bike race in 2008 with competitors from all over the world.

The recipient of my card is also very short, in her profile, about giving out information about herself.  There is a list of likes, in which she said she would like Disney cards, but all she said about herself is, “I collect stamps and postcards from all over the World!”

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