So here's stuff from Regensburg and Prague. The painting is entitled Amethyst.
And the souvenir from Warsaw Uprising Museum, where K. and A. were in April. They still produce the bookmarks with Uprising's heroes, but now the format is smaller, which is really cute, but on the other hand not very pratical when you read a rather big book. It's matches well with a little volume, for example with poetry tome, they're often small. When I was in high school (it's been ages), they also had bookmarks with photos and little bio on the ohter side, but the format was bigger. But those little bookmarks are so cute, I'm glad to have the one like this in my collection. I also like keeping the tickets to the museums (of course only when they're interesting and pretty) and use them as a bookmarks or leave them in a book. It's so pleasant and surprising to discover something like this after some years. My parents used to put the birthday cards they had received from me and my sister, and sometimes also other stuff, which is really cool, like dried flowers, pieces of journals... Now I also do this, cause I'm very sentimental and I love saving the souvenirs and discover them. I put flowers, photos, postcards, tickets, etc. In my grandmothers praying book from 50' I even found a banknote (not from 50, but still old).
The last ones are adorned with Alphonse Mucha's paintings. The orange set is a part of my birthday gift, and it's Summer from The Seasons, The grey one was bought in Culture Centre Zamek and it's entitled Night's Rest from The Times of the Day. As you may have noticed, Alphonse Mucha is quite popular amongst the producers of bookmarks :) and they have also an educational value.