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SPRING PRESENT FOR YOU: EVOTV – WHOLE YEAR AT HALF PRICE!

What can you have one whole month long at a price lower than 35 kuna?  And every month, for the whole year?  This spring evotv offers you the value that lasts. 
“Evotv Spring” offers subscription to new users for just 34.99 kuna per month. Apart from subscription at half price evotv also offers free premium HBO bouquet and Cinemax for one year. And, with this irresistible TV offer you will wish every spring day would be rainy. 

Bobbin Lace

Joint stamp issue of Croatian and Spanish Post
Croatian Post has issued the stamp Bobbin Lace as a joint issue of Croatian and Spanish Post.  The motifs on stamps are laces from Lepoglava and Seville. The authors of stamps are Ivan Vučić and Tomislav-Jurica Kaćunić, designers from Zagreb. Nominal value of commemorative stamps is 7.60 HRK and their quantity is 150 000 stamps per motif. Commemorative postage stamps will be put into circulation on 31 March 2015 and have been issued in an 8 stamp sheetlet.  Croatian Post has also issued a commemorative First Day Cover (FDC) and the first Day Cancellation Stamp will be in use on 31 March and   1 April at the Post Office 10101 Zagreb, Jurišićeva 13.

Winners of the prize contest Select the most beautiful postage stamp and win a week-end in Opatija

Winners of the prize contest Select the most beautiful postage stamp and win a week-end in Opatija

To the purpose that Croatian postage stamps would continue to be recognised by many philatelists as valuable and that as such they would find their place in philatelic collections, Croatian Post has organised - already 18th year is sequence the contest for the selection of the most beautiful issue of Croatian postage stamps. This year the most beautiful stamp was selected among 48 stamps issued in 2014.

Croatian Sport – Croatian Paralympic Committee

Postage stamp commemorating 50 years of the Croatian Paralympic Movement

By issuing this commemorative postage stamp Croatian Post marks the 50 years of the Paralympic Movement. The author of the stamp is Borut Benčina, academic graphic artist from Zagreb and the motif is the competitor celebrating victory. The stamp of the nominal value of 5.00 HRK has been issued in 9-stamp sheetlet with one label, it was printed in the quantity of 100 000 and put into circulation on 23 March 2015. Croatian Post has also issued a commemorative First Day Cover (FDC) and the first Day Cancellation will be in use on 23 and 24 March at the Post Office 10101 Zagreb, Jurišićeva 13.

Easter Stamp – a Tradition with Croatian Post

Commemorative postage stamp Easter 2015

On 16 March Croatian Post will put into circulation its traditional Easter commemorative postage stamp. The motif of the stamp is a chalice with living Host, a procession sculpture in wood from the 18th century which is kept in the St. Euphemie Church in Rovinj.  The author of commemorative stamp is Ariana Noršić, designer from Samobor. Stamp has been issued in 20-stamp sheet and Croatian Post has also issued First Day Cover (FDC).
Commemorative postage stamp Easter 2015 has a nominal value of 3.10 HR, and has been printed in the quantity of 100,000 copies. Commemorative First Day Cancelation will be in use on 16 and 17 March at Post Office 10101 Zagreb, Jurišićeva 13.

Over 50,000 evotv users

Due to excellent results and response evotv continues to hold tightly the position of the fastest growing television in PAY TV market in Croatia. Only in December, during the holiday offer more than 10 000 new users have recognised evotv, so that the total number of evotv users in the middle of January exceeded 50,000.

Rotary District 1913 / Croatia

Rotary District 1913 logo on postage stamps of Croatian Post
On the occasion of the 110th anniversary of the founding of the Rotary Community and the 25th anniversary of the renewal of their activities in Croatia and on the initiative of the Rotary Club Zagreb Medvedgrad, Croatian Post will put into circulation on 23 February 2015 commemorative postage stamps Rotary District 1913 / Croatia. The author of the stamp is Draga Komparak, Designer from Zagreb. Stamp has been issued in a 9 stamp sheetlet and there is also First Day Cover (FDC). The Commemorative First Day cancellation will be in use on 23 and 24 February 2015 at the Post Office 10101 Zagreb, Jurišićeva 13.

Children’s World – Pets

Amiable birds on postage stamps issued by Croatian Post

On 19 February 2015 Croatian Post will put into circulation  four new commemorative postage stamps from the series  „Children's World – Pets“. The motifs of amiable birds have been created by the designers from Zagreb Lidija Novosel and Adam Peter Maguire and the stamps have been issued in a common 8 stamp sheetlet.  The quantity is 150, 000 per motif and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post. The First Day Cancellation will be in use on 19th and 20th February at the Post Office 10101 Zagreb, Jurišićeva 13.

Stamp Commemorating Number 112 Day

On 11 February 2015, on the occasion of the Number 112 Day  - the day of the unique European emergency number 112,  Croatian Post has put into circulation the postage stamp   „Number  112 Day“. The unique European number 112 for emergency services was introduced in 1991 by the Decision of the Council of European Communities, integrating all emergency services into a unique system of providing help. The system 112 was operationally introduced in Croatia on 11. February 2005. On the occasion of the Number 112 Day Croatian Post has issued a postage stamp whose special characteristic is that the number 112 has been printed in phosphorescent colour and shines in the dark.. 

Words “I love you” on postage stamps and in Braille alphabet

A stamp issued in honour of sincere and devoted love -  in various world languages  and in Braille alphabet 

On 4 February 2015, on the occasion of Valentine's Day,  Croatian Post will put into circulation the postage stamp  St. Valentine's Day . This year's issue of the St. Valentine postage stamp adorn the words “I love you” written in various world languages and in Braille alphabet to make it readable also to our visually impaired users.