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CROATIAN FAUNA – CARNIOLAN HONEY BEE
  • Type: C
  • Date: 21.3.2019.
Motifs: queen bee, worker bee, drone The stamps have been issued in 20-stamp sheets and 10-stamp booklets, and Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC) and three maximum cards
CROATIAN FAUNA – CARNIOLAN HONEY BEE
  • Number: 1189
  • CROATIAN FAUNA – CARNIOLAN HONEY BEE
  • The Carniolan honey bee (Apis mellifera carnica, Pollman, 1879), also known as the grey bee, is a subspecies of the European honey bee. It is favoured among beekeepers for its non-aggressive behaviour and exemplary productivity. This bee pollinates fruit and arable crops, as well as wild plants, which makes it indispensable in preserving the biodiversity of our habitats.
CROATIAN FAUNA – CARNIOLAN HONEY BEE, drone
  • Number: 1188
  • CROATIAN FAUNA – CARNIOLAN HONEY BEE, drone
  • The Carniolan honey bee (Apis mellifera carnica, Pollman, 1879), also known as the grey bee, is a subspecies of the European honey bee. It is favoured among beekeepers for its non-aggressive behaviour and exemplary productivity. This bee pollinates fruit and arable crops, as well as wild plants, which makes it indispensable in preserving the biodiversity of our habitats.
CROATIAN FAUNA – CARNIOLAN HONEY BEE, worker bee
  • Number: 1187
  • CROATIAN FAUNA – CARNIOLAN HONEY BEE, worker bee
  • The Carniolan honey bee (Apis mellifera carnica, Pollman, 1879), also known as the grey bee, is a subspecies of the European honey bee. It is favoured among beekeepers for its non-aggressive behaviour and exemplary productivity. This bee pollinates fruit and arable crops, as well as wild plants, which makes it indispensable in preserving the biodiversity of our habitats.
CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – GUARDS BRIGADES
  • Type: C
  • Date: 11.3.2019.
Motifs: the emblem of the 1st Croatian Guards Brigade the emblem of the 2nd Guards Brigade “Thunders” the emblem of the 3rd Guards Brigade “Martens” the emblem of the 4th Guards Brigade “Spiders” Author: Dean Roksandić, designer from Zagreb Emblems authors: Ika Škomrlj and Dženisa Pecotić (1st Croatian Guards Brigade) Author of the Standard of the President of the Republic of Croatia: Miroslav Šutej Digital processing: Božo Kokan Božo Kokan (2nd Guards Brigade “Thunders” and 3rd Guards Brigade “Martens”) Milivoj Novak (4th Guards Brigade “Spiders”) The stamps have been issued in 6-stamp sheetlets with one label, and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – GUARDS BRIGADES, 4th Guards Brigade “Spiders”
  • Number: 1186
  • CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – GUARDS BRIGADES, 4th Guards Brigade “Spiders”
  • The 4th Guards Brigade “Spiders” was formed in Split on 28 April 1991. (Major General) Ivo Jelić was made its first commander. The Brigade was established as an infantry brigade comprising five infantry battalions, military command, logistics and an Air Defence platoon. During the War, 7,378 people passed through the Brigade. The Brigade has been awarded the Order of Duke Domagoj and the Order of Nikola Šubić Zrinski, and it has also received a recognition in the form of the Republic of Croatia Charter.
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CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – GUARDS BRIGADES, 3rd Guards Brigade “Martens”
  • Number: 1185
  • CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – GUARDS BRIGADES, 3rd Guards Brigade “Martens”
  • Following the order given by the Minister of Defence, the decision establishing the 3rd “A” Brigade of the Croatian National Guard stationed in Slavonia and Baranja was adopted on 29 April 1991. The infantry battalions were partially formed from Ministry of the Interior police units, which had already been formed in that region. The Brigade has been awarded the Order of Nikola Šubić Zrinski, as well as the Order of Duke Domagoj with a neckband as the highest military medal.
CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – GUARDS BRIGADES, 2nd Guards Brigade “Thunders”
  • Number: 1184
  • CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – GUARDS BRIGADES, 2nd Guards Brigade “Thunders”
  • The 2nd Guards Brigade “Thunders” was formed in mid-May 1991 in Trstenik Nartski near Zagreb. The first infantry battalion and its command comprised members of the Ministry of the Interior special operations units based at Kumrovec, Rakitje and Vinica. The Brigade was officially dubbed the 2nd “A” Brigade of the Croatian National Guard. The Brigade never acted collectively, but individual units were placed throughout Croatia. More than 9,700 members passed through the Brigade during the War.
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CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – GUARDS BRIGADES, 1st Croatian Guards Brigade
  • Number: 1183
  • CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – GUARDS BRIGADES, 1st Croatian Guards Brigade
  • The establishment of this new unit was driven by the “Zrinski” Battalion, the Ministry of Defence Special Unit, and the General Staff of the Republic of Croatia Armed Forces Special Unit. It was established as a special forces combat unit tasked with special and the most complex combat operations. When the Croatian War of Independence came to an end, the unit continued to conduct specialist training in accordance with the highest NATO standards.
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90 YEARS OF ROTARY IN CROATIA
  • Type: C
  • Date: 6.3.2019.
Motif: Rotary logo Author: Duje Šegvić, designer from Split This stamp has been issued in a common 9-stamp sheetlet and Croatian Post has issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
90 YEARS OF ROTARY IN CROATIA
  • Number: 1182
  • 90 YEARS OF ROTARY IN CROATIA
  • The idea behind the Rotary is to help those who are in need without any selfish motives. Today, Rotary International is the largest service organisation in the world with over 1.2 million members organized in 35,000 clubs. The motto behind the Rotary today, Service Above Self, which indicates that the idea of service to the community has to be above our individual personal interest, clearly shows what kind of members the Rotary wants to have.
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CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, DOGS 2
  • Type: C
  • Date: 20.2.2019.
Motifs: St Bernard, Pug, King Charles Cavalier, Siberian Husky Author: Nataša Odak, designer from Zagreb The stamps have been issued in an 8-stamp common sheetlet (2 x 4 v.), and Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
CHILDREN’S WORLD – PETS, DOGS II - Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, DOGS 2 - Pug
  • Number: 1180
  • CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, DOGS 2 - Pug
  • Pugs are a breed whose origin is unknown. They are believed to have appeared in China, but their current appearance was achieved in England in the previous century. Pugs are one of the small breeds since the females grow to a height of 25 cm with a weight of 5 kg, while the males grow to a height of 30 cm and weigh 8 kg. Their lifespan is between 12 to 15 years.
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CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, DOGS 2 - Siberian Husky
  • Number: 1179
  • CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, DOGS 2 - Siberian Husky
  • Millennia of breeding and cross-breeding have made them into dogs that can endure the harsh Siberian winter. The temperatures they had to endure in their homeland drop below -60 °C. Females can reach a height of between 51 and 56 centimetres and a weight of between 16 and 23 kg, while males are between 53 and 60 cm tall, weighing between 20 and 27 kg. Their lifespan is between 13 to 15 years.
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CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, DOGS 2 - St Bernard
  • Number: 1178
  • CHILDREN’S WORLD - PETS, DOGS 2 - St Bernard
  • It is believed that they reached the Saint Bernard’s monastery in the 11th century, where this breed was first mentioned in the 17th century, while the name has been in use since the 19th century. This is a breed of very large dog - the females are at least 65 cm tall, the males are more than 75 cm tall and they weigh between 75 and 115 kg. The lifespan of a St Bernard is the same as the average for all large dogs - around 10 years.
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100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM
  • Type: C
  • Date: 23.1.2019.
Motif: women's ducat necklace, Gundinci (Slavonia), 20th century The stamp has been issued in a 6-stamp sheetlet and Croatian Post has issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM