I got 2 postcards today. The first is from Russia. It's a vintage photo and shows The Hermitage Museum and Palace Square in St. Petersburg in the 1910's. It was in an envelope with 2 stamps of planes and pilots. It took 31 days to get here and traveled 5,243 km.
The next card I got is from Finland. It's a multi-view showing a map of Lapland and some scenes from there. There is 1 shaped stamp on the back of modes of transportation. It took 13 days to get here and traveled 4,921 km.
My next card is from the USA. It shows the Dickens Christmas in Skaneateles, New York. There is 1 globe stamp on the back and the cancellation mark looks like Rudolph. It took 14 days to get here and traveled 1,892 km.
My 4th card is from Hong Kong. It is an ad card & a Merry Christmas card from Paul Lafayet Patisserie. There are 2 stamps on the back of North Ninepin Island and a sea eagle. It took 12 days to get here and traveled 12,137 km.
My next card was sent from Indonesia but is a postcard from Taiwan. It shows Baisha Bay in Kenting National Park, Taiwan. There are 2 stamps on the back of a cartoon map. It took 28 days to get here and traveled 15,030 km.
My 2nd card is from Thailand. It is a photo of sunrise at Phu Kradueng National Park. There are 4 stamps on the back of balloons and women with flowers. The card took 23 days to get here and traveled 12,592 km.
I got 7 postcards today! The first is a very cute Santa card from Russia. There are 2 stamps on the back - one of a Kremlin and a huge stamp of the Valaam Monastery. The card took 18 days to get here and traveled 5,844 km.
My 2nd card is from Kassel, Germany. It is a multi-view showing many sites of the city. There are 3 stamps on the back of flowers and The Little Prince. It took 14 days to get here and traveled 4,380 km.
I got 2 postcards today. The first is from Indonesia. It shows stupas (a mound-like or hemispherical structure containing Buddhist relics, typically the ashes of Buddhist monks, used by Buddhists as a place of meditation) at the Borobudur Temple. There are 2 stamps on the back of a map. The card took 26 days to get here and traveled 15,016 km.