Saturday, June 2, 2012


This was my first card from Estonia, which is in Europe, above Poland but across the water and below Finland.
I actually had to look it up on Google maps to see exactly where it was situated. Geography was never my strong point at school!

This card shows you a town in Estonia called Otepaa and also shows you a castle.

Sangaste Castle is a former Sangaste manor house in the village castle Sangaste area , most prominent building in the manor complex.
The building was designed by architect Otto Pius Hippius 1874. In he copied almost exactly a famous English Windsor Castle architecture. Construction lasted from 1879-1881 and was a master builder F. Magician.

This country looks so peaceful and pleasant. I think I would love to visit there someday.
They also had cute stamps to use in December and so these are very Christmassy. I like them.

Such a cool colour the purple, I like that colour for a stamp.


Shannon Lawrence said...

It definitely looks peaceful. What a fun idea you have here! Friends know I collect postcards and send them to me, but it's been awhile since anyone has traveled.

Michelle Jones said...

I have been there! And it is peaceful, and like a mini-version of Germany and far less crowded.