Burundi Map Postcard World Explorer PWE
Special edition of Burundi map postcard: High Quality print with selective lacquer. You must keep it in your hand to feel it!
[Story] - Educative and fun! The postcard is made with inspiration who comes to us from our passion for postcards, travelling, geography, education, modern technologies and hobby related stuff. We were looking for a solution who can include all the information we are looking for as well. We are enrolled on postcrossing site We, the creators of this postcard (Mihnea and George) we are passionate about all described above, and we look for something to fulfill our needs too. We want to help people to have a stunning and complete collection, made with high quality postcards, so, when you'll show them to your friends, they will really appreciate it. And we consider that those postcards will help as well the youngsters to learn a lot of new information!
Next step into postcard world! QR code with National Anthem on backside of the postcard!
* Carefully selected information about the country
* National Currency coins
* Actual first cover of a passport
* The Flag of the Country
* Country map with highlighted landforms
* Top 5 cities marked on the country map - Capital Name highlighted
* Name of National Anthem
* Name of National Currency
* Area and population of the country - last available information
On the backside there is marked the space for the address and even the space for the date of sending or a space for posctrossing ID
Unique about the postcard: On the backside is a QR Code. When you scan that QR code – the anthem on that country (iOS not supported).
Hard Paper – 315 grams/ square meter è 5.5 grams per card – thicker than average – special chosen for hard transport conditions through postal services.
Matted plastic protected on the front of the postcard, also with a gorgeous selective lacquer for specific parts on the design of the card.
Size 10.5 cm by 15 cm = 4 x 6 inches = the standard for the postcard for most of the countries in the world – is the standard for postcard made by UPU (Universal Postal Union) – and implemented by USPS, La Poste, Royal Mail, PTT, Correos, Post NL. Deutsche Post and many other postal administrations.