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Voice of Greece, 1997

On the left you see Greece state flag and the station name. Right side shows a church of the early Christian period in Philippi, Macedonia (it's a north Greek province, not a former Yugoslav republic).

The series comprises four cards. Three others present views of Acropolis in Athens, White Tower in Thessaloniki, and Holly Mount in Halkidiki.

Südwestrundfunk, Germany, 2000

QSL from German regional station called Südwestrundfunk. The station is on the air since 1 September 1998, as a result of merge of Süddeutscher Rundfunk, Stuttgart and Südwestfunk, Baden Baden. During those years the 3rd program of SWR could be received here mornings and evenings on 6030 and 7265 kHz. Transmitting power was not very great (20 kW on both channels), and reception was usually fair.

RTBF International, Belgium, 1999

A card from the international voice of French-speaking community in Belgium (RTBF). Shortwave transmissions of RTBF were beamed to Europe and Africa; station used its own transmitter in Belgium (9970 kHz the whole year). French was the only language of RTBF broadcasts.

ABC Alice Springs, Australia, 1999

A card from one of three Australian domestic stations populating the 120 m band VL8A in Alice Springs. I managed to hear it only once, on 21 April 1999, on 2310 kHz (station abandoned this frequency in 2012). Power was 50 kW. The QSL face illustrates a map of MW and SW broadcasting locations in Australia.

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