Monday, December 24, 2007
It was a cold autumn in 1998.......... ten years ago..... I set my foot on the land of France....... I must admit that France, particularly Paris, is a romantic place to visit. On 11 October 1998, I climbed up the Eiffel Tower...... the wind was strong and cold as I still remember vividly. There is a mini post office up at the tower, and I didn't forget to send myself a postcard from the tower. It is a good thought of the mini post office to have its own hand stamp postmark...... all the mail posted at the mini post office would be hand stamped using the specially designed postmark of the tower.
Thailand is always a beautiful country..... and Bangkok in particular. Chao Praya River flows through Bangkok city, and the shadowy view of Wat Arun is misterious..... and the people of Bangkok carry out thier daily life as usual along the river. This particular emotional postcard was sent to me by Ratchata on 19 September 1992.
Friday, December 7, 2007
Nezihe from Istanbul, Turkey sent me this fabulous postcard from Istanbul on 22 June 2000. Showing in the postcard is Dolmabahce Mosque, Clock Tower in Istanbul. The Dolmabahce Mosque is next to Dolmabahce Palace. The mosque was built in 1885.
I went to Rome, Italy to attend my friend wedding..... and I managed to spend some good time in Rome, and of cource the marvelous Vatican city. I sent this postcard from Vatican to myself back home in Malaysia. The postcard depicts St. Peter's Square and the surrounding Rome city. Date: 24 June 1999.
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A postcard sent by Natalia from Panama Canal Zone. Panama Canal Zone was 1432 square kilometer territory inside Panama, consisting the Panama Canal and an area of 8 km of each side of the canal. The zone was created in 18 November, 1903 under the Hay-Bunau Varilla Treaty. Anyway, portraying in the postcard is the Thatcher Ferry Bridge over the Pacific Ocean entrance to the Panama Canal. The stamp used in the postcard is a USA stamp marked with Air Force Postal Service. Date: 26 June 1997.