Utro vechera mudrennee, no i v vechere chto-to est'. - V. S. Vysotskij

Proslavim poetov, u kotoryh odin Bog - krasivo skazannoe, besstrashnoe slovo pravdy. - M. Gor'kij

The following lead to a variety of resources dealing with PenPal services, resources and requests -- with an emphasis on that of US/Russia and the NIS.


PenPals

Russian Penpals *

Joshua Davis has developed a penpal service for people anywhere that are interested in communicating in Russian or about anything Russian. There are over 60 people listed that are just waiting to hear from you!

Students from the Chita Region of Russia Are Looking for Pen Pals *

The title of this page pretty much explains what this site is about! These students are from Siberia and would love to share information. Names and postal addresses are given for those who would like to find out more about life in this area.

Internet PEN-Club Yaroslav's Babies *

Developed by Novgorod State University, this penpal club unites people that would like to communicate with others worldwide. Photos, voices and text are available.

Hands Across the World (HATW) *

Hands Across the World started in 1999; it is a non-profit organization providing free penpal service. Their goal is to unite the world in friendship.


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