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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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NUMBER 112 DAY

Type: P  |  Date: 11.02.2015.
Stamp has been issued in 20 stamp sheet and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post. Motif: Number 112
Number: 984

NUMBER 112 DAY

The 112 System was operationally introduced in the Republic of Croatia on 11 February 2005 and has the features and advantages for both - the callers as well as the urgency services.

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SAINT VALENTINE’S DAY

Type: P  |  Date: 4.01.2015.
Motif: the words “I love you” written in various languages and scripts and also in Braille script Author: Ivona Đogić Đurić, graphic designer from Zagreb Stamp has been issued in a 6 stamp sheetlet and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post.
Number: 983

SAINT VALENTINE’S DAY

The privilege to celebrate the day dedicated to love is owed to St Valentine. To millions of people in love throughout the world this saint - who in a sense gave his life for love - is the veritable protector of all who are in love.

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NEW YEAR 2015

Type: P  |  Date: 4.12.2014.
Stamp has been issued in 20-stamp sheet, and there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post (FDC). Motif: Feast table
Number: 982

NEW YEAR 2015

Fast food, coffee to go: they have overwhelmed today's world. Not only that we are not standing any more while we eat, but we eat walking, i.e. in all kinds of movement: we eat functionally - like a car taking gasoline at the petrol station to be able to drive on. Still, the function of taking food is much more complex and its impoverishment is a sad sign of impoverishment of human interrelations. In our part of Planet Earth people are mostly fed, the hunger is an anomaly and the food is not perceived as an exceptional good and blessing. “Give us this day our daily bread” is a prayer which is hardly pronounced conscientiously, with its meaning almost forgotten. However, the life was wasted in order to produce food that will sustain it.

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