On February 12, 2022, a postcard arrived from Belarus.The postcard shows a tawny owl. This is common in Belarus.He wrote that he lives in a small town where there is a lot of snow. What he desires most is peace on earth.On the postcard is a stamp of a kitten. I have included this stamp… Read more Tawny owl postcard from Belarus no 201
On December 30, 2021, a postcard arrived from Belarus.The postcard shows a drawing of 2 cats looking out of the window and watching a bird.The original title is Winter’s Day by Lucie Bilodeau.She wrote Christmas greetings and New Year greetings. She is from Minsk.On the postcard is a stamp with the title Greetings from Belarus.… Read more Drawing of two cats at the window postcard from Belarus no 188
A postcard came from Belarus on November 6, 2021.The postcard shows a baby wolf in the Braslaw National Park.She wrote some nice lines. She likes walking, meeting friends and the season of autumn.On the postcard is a Belarusian postage stamp showing a squirrel. I have included this stamp in the overview of animal stamps.The postcard… Read more Postcard of a baby wolf from Belarus no 168
On March 25th, a postcard arrived from Belarus. It is a kind of Christian postcard and shows a church walk with a Christian saying in text form in German. She wrote a lot. She is a teacher and when she wrote the postcard she was not doing very well. I hope she is doing better.… Read more Postcard from Belarus no 73
On January 23, 2021 a very nice postcard came from Belarus. The postcard was in an envelope.The postcard shows the deposit of potassium salt near Salihorsk.The picture has very great colors and a reflection of the mountain in the water.She wrote a few nice lines. She is a journalist.The postcard covered 1,075 kilometers, that is… Read more Belarus postcard shows deposit of potassium salt no 43
On January 19, 2021, the first postcard came from Belarus, from the city of Minsk.The postcard is a simple black and white drawing, unfortunately the description is not in English. I suspect it’s about space travel.The postcard covered 1,297 kilometers (805 miles) in 24 days.