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EUROPA – THINK GREEN

Type: C  |  Date: 9.05.2016.
Motifs: a drop of water on a leaf and depiction of environment (common motif) Stamps have been issued in 20-stamp sheets and there is also First Day cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post.
Number: 1051

EUROPA – THINK GREEN, European (common) motif

Even the smallest drop of water contains thousands of living beings. we are not aware that even the smallest organisms on Earth make our planet a place to live, ensuring with its existence the natural balance. Međudjelovanje živih bića i okoliša opisuje znanstvena disciplina – ekologija.

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Number: 1050

EUROPA – THINK GREEN, a motif from Croatia

Even the smallest drop of water contains thousands of living beings. we are not aware that even the smallest organisms on Earth make our planet a place to live, ensuring with its existence the natural balance. Međudjelovanje živih bića i okoliša opisuje znanstvena disciplina – ekologija.

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100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RECOGNITION OF ISLAM IN CROATIA

Type: C  |  Date: 27.04.2016.
Motif: Islamic Centre in Zagreb Stamp has been issued in 20-stamp sheets and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post.
Number: 1049

100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RECOGNITION OF ISLAM IN CROATIA

The law which recognised Islam as religion on an equal footing with other religions was brought in Croatian Parliament on 27 April 1916. Islamic Community in Croatia is a community of different national and other groups who gather in the Community exclusively to practice religion.

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CROATIAN INVENTIONS

Type: C  |  Date: 27.04.2016.
Motifs: Automatic mechanical pencil and its inventor Eduard Slavoljub Penkala; Torpedo and its inventor Giovanni Biagio Luppus Stamps have been issued in 6-stamp sheetlets, and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post.
Number: 1048

CROATIAN INVENTIONS - PENKALA

Not even full seven months elapsed from the patenting of the automatic pencil by Slavoljub Penkala before its production was initiated. Automatic pencil became a real hit in the European and world market and its success bought excellent business results to Edmund Moster & Co.

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Number: 1047

CROATIAN INVENTIONS - TORPEDO

Luppis designed a ship filled with explosive with the aim to launch it from the coast and target the enemy, which would be guided and kept on course by means of a kind of leads. With full confidence in his weapon, called “the guardian of the coast” (salvacoste), he addressed the Ministry of War in Vienna; however, because of some evident deficiencies he did not get support for the project.

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THE 90TH ANNIVERSARY OF CROATIAN RADIO AND THE 60THANNIVERSARY OF CROATIAN TELEVISION

Type: C  |  Date: 26.04.2016.
Motif: Radio announcer and cameraman Stamp has been issued in 10-stamp sheets with 10 labels, and there are also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post. Commercial postage stamp on the occasion of 90th anniversary of Croatian Radio and 60th anniversary of Croatian Television
Number: 1046

THE 90TH ANNIVERSARY OF CROATIAN RADIO AND THE 60THANNIVERSARY OF CROATIAN TELEVISION

With words: „Hallo, hallo! This is Radio Zagreb!” on 15 May 1926 began the broadcasting of Radio Zagreb. On the 30th anniversary of Radio Zagreb, in 1956, Television Zagreb began its broadcasting.

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FAMOUS CROATS

Type: C  |  Date: 20.04.2016.
Motifs: Mirko Bogović, Mia Čorak Slavenska, Sidonija Erdödy Rubido, Slavko Kolar Stamps have been issued in 20-stamp sheets and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post
Number: 1045

FAMOUS CROATS - SLAVKO KOLAR

In the most mature pages of his work (Ili jesmo ili nismo, 1933.; Mi smo za pravicu, 1936) Slavko Kolar is a virtuous painter and a documentarist of Croatian small town and village environment, which he describes - knowing it as an agronomist - in a genuinely humoristic way. His humour is not an entertaining or self-purposed, but he draws the attention of people to the pretence, immorality, political chameleonic and compromising behaviour, social poverty and the backwardness of Croatian peasant.

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Number: 1044

FAMOUS CROATS - SIDONIJA ERDÖDY RUBIDO

At the incentive of Ljudevit Gaj, the fourteen year old Sidonija performed for the first time in public in Zagreb in March 1833. She regularly held concerts (always humanitarian) at which - along with German and Italian standard Opera repertoire, she constantly promoted also Croatian music.

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Number: 1043

FAMOUS CROATS - MIA ČORAK SLAVENSKA

She became first a guest ballerina and later a prima ballerina of the most famous ballet troop of the time Ballet Russe de Monte-Carlo, which marks the beginning of her world success. She dances in France, England, North America and Canada, South America...

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Number: 1042

FAMOUS CROATS - MIRKO BOGOVIĆ

A poet and an influential person Mirko Bogović was born in Varaždin and died in Zagreb. He made his way through life mainly alone. He attended schools in Križevci, Varaždin, Szombátely and Zagreb. In the period of Austrian absolutism, between 1850 and 1860 Bogović was a central literary personality.

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