Today I got a nice postcard from Greece! The card features Corinth Canal. Corinth Canal is a canal that connects the Gulf of Corinth and the Saronic Gulf. It was first used in 1893 and is 6.4 km long. Today, however, it sees little economic use and is mostly used for tourism. On the card, we see an old cruise ship passing through the canal. Multiple beautiful ship stamps were used! The card is an official Postcrossing card, GR-36053. Thanks Dimitris!