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BOBBIN LACE

Type: P  |  Date: 31.03.2015.
Motifs: Lace from Lepoglava and Seville Stamps have been issued in a common 8-stamp sheetlet; there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post. This is a joint issue of Croatia and Spain.
Number: 992

BOBBIN LACE, LEPOGLAVA LACE

In Lepoglava in the 19th and 20th century bobbin lace of various techniques and motifs was manufactured. Already at the end of the 19th century the lace craft in Lepoglava became part of the social politics i.e. organised home production.

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Number: 993

BOBBIN LACE, SEVILLE LACE

The lace from Seville depicted on the stamp was made by Cándida García, a teacher who created new models based on those produced in Andalusia since the 17th century, known as twelve-bobbin lace.

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CROATIAN SPORTS – CROATIAN PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE

Type: P  |  Date: 23.03.2015.
Motif: competition winner celebrating victory. Stamp has been issued in 9-stamp sheetlet with one label and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post.
Number: 991

CROATIAN SPORTS – CROATIAN PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE

Under the moto „Spirit in Motion“, the Paralympic sports on global level means the removal of limitations and surpassing of obstacles, even in situations when it appears impossible. This is especially evident in the last twenty years, during which the sports practiced by people with various disabilities has indeed flourished.

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EASTER 2015

Type: P  |  Date: 16.03.2015.
Motif: chalice with live Host, procession sculpture in wood, 18th century, Rovinj, Church of St. Euphemia Stamp has been issued in 20-stamp sheet, and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post.
Number: 990

EASTER 2015

On the acropolis of Rovinj there stands a wonderful and ancient Church of St. Euphemia. It is full of precious works of art, some of which were made by famous artists, while the others speak from their anonymity, using clear stylistic language of the epoch

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ROTARY DISTRICT 1913 / CROATIA

Type: P  |  Date: 23.02.2015.
Stamp has been issued in 9-stamp sheetlet and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post. Motif: Logo - Rotary District 1913 / Croatia
Number: 989

ROTARY DISTRICT 1913 / CROATIA

Rotarians promote tolerance, friendship and peace First Rotarian Congress took place in 1910 in Chicago in the presence of 16 clubs. The Rotarian idea is reflected in the mottos “He Profits Most Who Serves Best” and “Service Above Self”.

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CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS

Type: P  |  Date: 19.02.2015.
Stamps have been issued in a common 8-stamp sheetlet; there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post. Motifs: cockatoo, canary, budgerigar, zebra finch
Number: 985

CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, Sulphur-crested cockatoo

The native country of this beautiful bird is Australia, where it lives in flocks of about hundred birds. A pair which mates remains together for the whole life and the life span of the bird is about seventy years.

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Number: 986

CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, Canary

The canary's homeland is Canary Islands. In the 15th century canary was brought to Spain where the breeding began. Today it is - together with budgerigar - the most often feather pet.

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Number: 987

CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, Budgerigar

Budgerigar is the best known representative of the parrot family and the most common pet in the world. Its country of origin is Australia, where it lives in large flocks. In the 19th century the seafarers brought it to Europe

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Number: 988

CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, Zebra finch

Its country of origin is Australia, where it lives in great flocks, which - with reference to the bird’s size of about ten centimetres, weight of about ten grams and a relatively slow flight - ensures its survival.

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