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CROATIAN INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE (UNESCO)
  • Type: C
  • Date: 1.7.2021.
Motifs: međimurska popevka (a folk song from Međimurje), annual spring procession of Ljelje/Kraljice (queens) from Gorjani, Za križen (following the cross) procession on the island of Hvar, art of drywall construction Author: Orsat Franković, designer from Zagreb Authors of photographs: Ivo Pervan (spring procession of Ljelje/Kraljice (queens) from Gorjani, art of drywall construction), Mario Romulić and Dražen Stojčić (Za križen procession on the island of Hvar), Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research (međimurska popevka) The stamps were issued in 8-stamp sheetlets, and a common 4-stamp sheetlet with five labels was printed. Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC). The label with the stamp Međimurska popevka was realized in cooperation with the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research (IEF) in Zagreb (documentary material is the musical notation for the song "Na boru popeva lepa ftičica” (A beautiful little bird sings on the pine tree); Vinko Žganec, Hrvatske pučke popijevke iz Međimurja (Croatian folk songs from Međimurje), volume XI., 1920, 1923 - 1925, 1934 - 1944; IEF rkp N 23, record no. 1033).
CROATIAN INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE (UNESCO) - MEĐIMURSKA POPEVKA
CROATIAN INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE (UNESCO) - PROCESSION ZA KRIŽEN (FOLLOWING THE CROSS) ON THE ISLAND OF HVAR
CROATIAN INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE (UNESCO) - ART OF DRYWALL CONSTRUCTION
  • Number: 1353
  • CROATIAN INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE (UNESCO) - ART OF DRYWALL CONSTRUCTION
  • Dry stone walls appear in various forms along the entire area of the Adriatic-Dinaric karst. In the past they had a distinctly functional purpose, and today they increasingly serve as decorations in the landscape. A special type of drywall construction are sheep pens called mrgari for sorting and milking sheep in the southernmost part of the island of Krk, on pastures in Baška, Jurandvor and Batomalj, and on the neighbouring island of Prvić.
CROATIAN INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE (UNESCO) - ANNUAL SPRING PROCESSION OF QUEENS OR LJELJE FROM GORJANI
CROATIAN TOURISM – NIN
  • Type: C
  • Date: 10.6.2021.
Motifs: Church of the Holy Cross (3.30), view of the town and the sea (8.60) The stamps were issued in 10 -stamp sheetlets, and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
CROATIAN TOURISM – NIN, Church of the Holy Cross
  • Number: 1351
  • CROATIAN TOURISM – NIN, Church of the Holy Cross
  • Church of the Holy Cross is one of the most valuable monuments of Croatian early medieval architecture. The church is about 8.50 m long and is of equal width and height. In the Middle Ages the church served as a calendar and sundial. Inspired by this fact, the Festival of the Sun and Light has been taking place in it since 2009.
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CROATIAN TOURISM – NIN, view of the town and the sea
  • Number: 1350
  • CROATIAN TOURISM – NIN, view of the town and the sea
  • This unique Croatian lagoon owns an islet hosting the old town on an area of 15 hectares with a diameter of 500 meters, which is connected to the mainland by two stone bridges. The town has been continuously inhabited for 3,000 years. It was founded by the Liburnians in the 9th century BC and according to its rich legacy, Nin is one of the most important Liburnian sites.
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CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES
  • Type: C
  • Date: 7.6.2021.
Motifs: Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Remete), miraculous statue of "Our Lady, Fidelissima Mater Advocata Croatiae Sanctissima Virgo Remetensis" of Remete, Shrine of Our Lady of Trsat (Trsat), miraculous painting "Mother of Mercy" of Trsat The stamps were issued in 8-stamp sheetlets with one label and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, miraculous statue of
  • Number: 1348
  • CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, miraculous statue of
  • The miraculous statue of Mary is especially revered in the Shrine of Remete. Part of the Gothic wooden altar with Mary and four small saints was built into the Baroque altar from 1706, the work of Pauline sculptors Tomo Jurjević and Pavle Bellina. The year 1490 and the author's name, "brother Pavao Poljak", are engraved on the statue.
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CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, Shrine of Our Lady of Trsat
CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, miraculous painting
CASTLES OF CROATIA
  • Type: C
  • Date: 20.5.2021.
Motifs: Brezovica (Brezovica), Erdödy (Jastrebarsko), Laduč (Laduč), Novi Dvori (Zaprešić) The stamps were issued in 9-stamp sheetlets and in an 8-stamp common sheet (2 x 4v) with eight labels, and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
CASTLES OF CROATIA, Erdödy
  • Number: 1345
  • CASTLES OF CROATIA, Erdödy
  • Construction of the castle began sometime between 1483 and 1489 and during the 16th century it was extended and took on the appearance of a Renaissance castle, which has been preserved to this day without major changes, although in poor condition. For centuries, the feudal castle and the royal market lived in coexistence with the strong influence of the noble Erdödy family.
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CASTLES OF CROATIA, Laduč
  • Number: 1344
  • CASTLES OF CROATIA, Laduč
  • In the 19th century Laduč bought by Vladimir Vranyczany-Dobrinović. Vladimir's daughter Tilda lived in the castle until World War II. The castle in Laduč was built in historicist style at the end of the 19th century on the foundations of an old manor house. Baron Vranyczany-Dobrinović entrusted the design and construction to the architect Kuni Waidman
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CASTLES OF CROATIA, Brezovica Manor
  • Number: 1343
  • CASTLES OF CROATIA, Brezovica Manor
  • The estate belonged to various noble families (Zrinski, Drašković, Gyulaj, etc.), of which the Counts Drašković Trakošćanski left the most visible trace. They owned Brezovica from 1660 to 1807, when Janko Drašković sold the manor to the Croatian ban Ignjat Gyulaj.
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CASTLES OF CROATIA, Novi dvori
  • Number: 1342
  • CASTLES OF CROATIA, Novi dvori
  • In 1852, the castle was bought from Aleksandar Erdödy by the then Croatian ban Josip Jelačić. The estate was owned by his family until 1934, when the ban's niece, Countess Anka Jelačić, the last descendant of the family, died. She left the estate to the Croatian people and founded four charitable foundations.
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EUROPA - ENDANGERED ANIMAL SPECIES
  • Type: C
  • Date: 7.5.2021.
Motifs: Eurasian lynx and Western capercaillie The stamps were issued in 20-stamp sheets and Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
EUROPA - ENDANGERED ANIMAL SPECIES, Western capercaillie
EUROPA - ENDANGERED ANIMAL SPECIES, Eurasian lynx