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AUTISM – LIVING IN THEIR OWN WORLD

Type: C  |  Date: 18.09.2017.
Motif: image of a child in their own world Author: Nataša Odak, designer from Zagreb Author of the graphic template: Valnea Jurković, 7th grade student from Centar Elementary School in Rijeka The stamp has been issued in 20-stamp sheets, and Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
Number: 1114

AUTISM – LIVING IN THEIR OWN WORLD

One of the characteristics of disorders from the autism spectrum is their appearance in early childhood, up to the age of three. It is important to emphasize that this is a neurobiological developmental disorder and, throughout the life of an affected individual, its clinical picture changes within the spectrum of the disorder that manifests itself differently among individuals and at various levels.

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JOINT EDITION CROATIA – ISRAEL

Type: C  |  Date: 4.09.2017.
Motif: Crown Anemone and Croatian iris Author: Sabina Rešić, designer from Zagreb The stamp has been issued in a 12-stamp sheet, and Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC). This commemorative postage stamp has been jointly issued with Israel Post.
Number: 1113

JOINT ISSUE CROATIA – ISRAEL

The kinship and the strength of partnership between our nations is the result of many similarities that inextricably connect us. Ideas about our own countries several centuries old, our battles for national emancipation and homeland, expressing dedicated patriotism and unity under difficult historical events additionally permeate our recent history.

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100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PREMIERE OF THE FIRST CROATIAN MOTION PICTURE

Type: C  |  Date: 28.08.2017.
Motif: a scene from the film entitled Brcko u Zagrebu (Brcko in Zagreb), 1917, Source: Croatian State Archives-1392 Collection of Photographs from Croatian Films Authors: Marko Šesnić and Goran Turković, designers from Zagreb The stamp has been issued in a 10-stamp sheetlet, and there is also the First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatia Post.
Number: 1112

100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PREMIERE OF THE FIRST CROATIAN MOTION PICTURE

The film was shot and produced by Croatia film k.d., the first Croatian film company. This was a short comedy about Brcko who came to Zagreb from the countryside seeking fun.

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PUMed − MEDITERRANEAN TREES: OLIVE TREE IN LUN

Type: C  |  Date: 10.07.2017.
Motif: olive tree in Lun, the Island of Pag Author: Nataša Odak, designer from Zagreb The stamp has been issued in 16-stamp sheets, and Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
Number: 1111

PUMed − MEDITERRANEAN TREES: OLIVE TREE IN LUN

Lun and its olive groves at the far north of the extended part of the Island of Pag are already known in the global scope as a special Mediterranean phenomenon. The Lun olive groves seem to have appeared by some miracle on a rocky terrain where there is almost no arable soil. Similar wild olive tree reservations exist only in two other places: Israel and Greece.

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CROATIAN TOURISM – ZAGREB

Type: C  |  Date: 8.06.2017.
Motifs: Dolac Market and Church of St. Mark The stamps have been issued in 10-stamp sheetlets, and there is also the First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post.
Number: 1110

CROATIAN TOURISM – ZAGREB, Church of St. Mark

The greatest artistic value of this church is its Gothic portal on the south side. What makes the church especially interesting is its roof covered with colourful glazed roof tiles. A historical coat of arms is displayed on its left side. http://www.infozagreb.hr/ http://www.lonelyplanet.com/best-in-europe

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Number: 1109

CROATIAN TOURISM – ZAGREB, Dolac Market

For centuries, the hard working women from the countryside around Zagreb have been bringing baskets full of homemade and home-grown products to the city on a daily basis. As a token of their appreciation, the people of Zagreb have erected a statue of “kumica Barica”, a peasant woman, on the Dolac Market. http://www.infozagreb.hr/ http://www.lonelyplanet.com/best-in-europe

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