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PUMed – MEDITERRANEAN FOLK COSTUMES
  • Type: C
  • Date: 8.7.2019.
Motif: Children's folk costume from the island of Susak This stamp has been issued in a 16-stamp sheet and Croatian Post has issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
PUMed – MEDITERRANEAN FOLK COSTUMES
  • Number: 1219
  • PUMed – MEDITERRANEAN FOLK COSTUMES
  • Ever since 1985, islanders, immigrants and visitors celebrate Emigrant Day on the last Sunday in July, donning folk costumes. The folk costume is worn by adults and children during the holidays and festivities, especially on Emigrant Day. The children's folk costume is identical to the one worn by adults. It is mostly pink, which is the basic colour, and adorned with an array of ornaments.
CROATIAN TOURISM – PLITVICE LAKES
  • Type: C
  • Date: 10.6.2019.
Motifs: a detail of the waterfalls on Lake Kozjak, a detail of the waterfall in the Great Cascades between Lakes Gavranovac and Kaluđerovac, little waterfalls along the walkways, a detail of the Great Waterfall The stamps have been issued in 10-stamp sheetlets, in 4-stamp souvenir sheet and in a booklet, and Croatian Post has also issued two First Day Covers (FDC). Quantity in sheetlets: 100,000 stamps per motif Souvenir Sheet quantity: 20,000 copies Booklet quantity: 2,000 copies
CROATIAN TOURISM – PLITVICE LAKES 4
  • Number: 1218
  • CROATIAN TOURISM – PLITVICE LAKES 4
  • Covering an area of almost 300 square kilometres, the Plitvice Lakes boast endless ornaments: the Great Waterfall, 78 metres tall, and the largest lakes – Prošćansko and Kozjak – as well as endless waterfalls, large and small, ponds and wooded paths surrounded by roaring clear cyan water. However, the lakes account for less than one per cent of the Park.
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CROATIAN TOURISM – PLITVICE LAKES 3
  • Number: 1217
  • CROATIAN TOURISM – PLITVICE LAKES 3
  • Covering an area of almost 300 square kilometres, the Plitvice Lakes boast endless ornaments: the Great Waterfall, 78 metres tall, and the largest lakes – Prošćansko and Kozjak – as well as endless waterfalls, large and small, ponds and wooded paths surrounded by roaring clear cyan water. However, the lakes account for less than one per cent of the Park.
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CROATIAN TOURISM – PLITVICE LAKES 2
  • Number: 1216
  • CROATIAN TOURISM – PLITVICE LAKES 2
  • Covering an area of almost 300 square kilometres, the Plitvice Lakes boast endless ornaments: the Great Waterfall, 78 metres tall, and the largest lakes – Prošćansko and Kozjak – as well as endless waterfalls, large and small, ponds and wooded paths surrounded by roaring clear cyan water. However, the lakes account for less than one per cent of the Park.
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CROATIAN TOURISM – PLITVICE LAKES 1
  • Number: 1215
  • CROATIAN TOURISM – PLITVICE LAKES 1
  • Covering an area of almost 300 square kilometres, the Plitvice Lakes boast endless ornaments: the Great Waterfall, 78 metres tall, and the largest lakes – Prošćansko and Kozjak – as well as endless waterfalls, large and small, ponds and wooded paths surrounded by roaring clear cyan water. However, the lakes account for less than one per cent of the Park.
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CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES
  • Type: C
  • Date: 4.6.2019.
Motifs: the shrine of the Mother of God of Bistrica and the statue of the Mother of God of Bistrica the shrine of Our Lady of Voćin (the Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary) and the painting of Our Lady of Voćin The stamps have been issued in 8-stamp sheetlets with one label and in two self-adhesive 10-stamp booklets (5 + 5 stamps for each shrine). Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, the shrine of Our Lady of Voćin
  • Number: 1214
  • CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, the shrine of Our Lady of Voćin
  • The first record of the parish of Voćin dates back to 1334, but the church is certainly even older than that. It was erected by John Corvinus or, according to an alternative theory, by the dukes of the House of Ilok. It is the size of a cathedral: it is almost thirty-five metres long and, at one point, its tower was forty metres tall. In the words of Ivan Mažuranić’s Death of Smail-Aga Čengić, Our Lady of Voćin, the Mother of Refuge, reminds us that: “nor should you be proclaimed barbarians / just for dying
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CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, the painting of Our Lady of Voćin
  • Number: 1213
  • CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, the painting of Our Lady of Voćin
  • The first record of the parish of Voćin dates back to 1334, but the church is certainly even older than that. It was erected by John Corvinus or, according to an alternative theory, by the dukes of the House of Ilok. It is the size of a cathedral: it is almost thirty-five metres long and, at one point, its tower was forty metres tall. In the words of Ivan Mažuranić’s Death of Smail-Aga Čengić, Our Lady of Voćin, the Mother of Refuge, reminds us that: “nor should you be proclaimed barbarians / just for dying
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CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, the shrine of the Mother of God of Bistrica
  • Number: 1212
  • CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, the shrine of the Mother of God of Bistrica
  • ur most famous Marian shrine is the basilica minor in Marija Bistrica. The town of Bistrica was recorded for the first time in 1209, while the first record of a parish with a church occurred in 1334. The building was certainly erected before this first record. The statue of the Mother of God of Bistrica is a 15th-century Gothic wooden statue, known as the Black Madonna with Child. In 1998, Pope Saint John Paul II visited Marija Bistrica, where he beatified Alojzije Stepinac.
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CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, the shrine of the Mother of God of Bistrica
  • Number: 1211
  • CROATIAN MARIAN SHRINES, the shrine of the Mother of God of Bistrica
  • Our most famous Marian shrine is the basilica minor in Marija Bistrica. The town of Bistrica was recorded for the first time in 1209, while the first record of a parish with a church occurred in 1334. The building was certainly erected before this first record. The statue of the Mother of God of Bistrica is a 15th-century Gothic wooden statue, known as the Black Madonna with Child. In 1998, Pope Saint John Paul II visited Marija Bistrica, where he beatified Alojzije Stepinac.
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25 YEARS SINCE THE KUNA WAS INTRODUCED
  • Type: C
  • Date: 30.5.2019.
Motif: one kuna coin This stamp has been issued in a Croatian 25-stamp sheet and with five pendants in 30 fields, and Croatian Post has issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
25 YEARS SINCE THE KUNA WAS INTRODUCED
  • Number: 1210
  • 25 YEARS SINCE THE KUNA WAS INTRODUCED
  • The history of the name of kuna starts with the fur of the mink (kuna in Croatian), which served as a payment in kind and a value measurement that would in time become a unit of account. The name kuna was chosen for the important role mink fur had in the monetary and fiscal history of the Republic of Croatia.
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CASTLES OF CROATIA
  • Type: C
  • Date: 20.5.2019.
Motifs: Januševec, Lovrečina, Lužnica, Oršić (Gornja Bistra) The stamps have been issued in 9-stamp sheetlets, an 8-stamp common sheet (2 x 4v) with 8 labels and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
CASTLES OF CROATIA,  Oršić
  • Number: 1209
  • CASTLES OF CROATIA, Oršić
  • The manor house was erected by Vice-Marshal Count Krsto Oršić II between 1770 and 1775, which was considered a grand-scale construction project at the time. The three-winged manor house has a U-shaped layout, which was common for Baroque manors. It is situated on a hill on the northwest slopes of Medvednica.
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CASTLES OF CROATIA, Lužnica
  • Number: 1208
  • CASTLES OF CROATIA, Lužnica
  • Lužnica is a three-winged single-floor manor house influenced by the Austrian Baroque. It was constructed in the 18th century on a previously existing estate. The manor house with a park, auxiliary buildings and a kitchen garden and orchard create a mostly preserved whole, in terms of function and form, of high ambient value.
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CASTLES OF CROATIA, Lovrečina
  • Number: 1207
  • CASTLES OF CROATIA, Lovrečina
  • It was named after the nearby Church of St. Lawrence (Lovro). The feudal estate and castle were mentioned here first in the 13th and 16th centuries, respectively. Coloman's Road, which passed by Lovrečina, led from Hungary across Koprivnica, Križevci and Zagreb to the Adriatic Sea.
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CASTLES OF CROATIA, Januševec