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FAMOUS CROATS
  • Type: C
  • Date: 22.4.2020.
Motifs: Ivan Krstitelj Rabljanin (John the Baptist of Rab), Lelja Dobronić, Count Janko Drašković The postage stamps have been issued in 20-stamp sheets and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC). This issue was realized in cooperation with Nikola Tesla Technical Museum in Zagreb (John the Baptist of Rab), Matica hrvatska, which owns the works of art by Vlaho Bukovac from 1893 (portrait of Count Drašković) and the Archdiocese of Zagreb, NDS (photograph of Lelja Dobronić, Archbishop’s Archives in Zagreb, Heritage of Lelja Dobronić).
FAMOUS CROATS, Grof Janko Drašković
  • Number: 1290
  • FAMOUS CROATS, Grof Janko Drašković
  • Count Janko Drašković (Zagreb, 1770 - Radkersburg, 1856) was a Croatian politician active in the Croatian National Revival. Since 1792, he served as a Member of the Croatian Parliament. Drašković advocated an independent Croatian government, territorial integrity of Croatia, the introduction of the Croatian language (Shtokavian dialect) as the official language in Croatia, and an educational reform to advance the feudal society.
FAMOUS CROATS, Lelja Dobronić
  • Number: 1289
  • FAMOUS CROATS, Lelja Dobronić
  • Lelja Dobronić graduated from the Classical Languages Secondary School in Zagreb in 1939 and earned her degree in Art and Culture History with Classical Archaeology and National and World History from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb in 1943. In 1946, she earned a PhD in the history of wrought iron art in Northern Croatia.
FAMOUS CROATS,  Ivan Krstitelj Rabljanin
  • Number: 1288
  • FAMOUS CROATS, Ivan Krstitelj Rabljanin
  • Born in Rab around 1470, John the Baptist of Rab was accepted into the service of the Dubrovnik Republic in 1505 as a cannon and bell caster, where he served as head master craftsman the until his death in 1540. He was also engaged in a variety of trade and maritime trade businesses.
PROTECTED CROATIAN AGRI-FOOD PRODUCTS
  • Type: C
  • Date: 14.4.2020.
Motifs: lički krumpir (Lika potatoes), baranjski kulen (Baranja kulen), ogulinski kiseli kupus/ogulinsko kiselo zelje (Ogulin sauerkraut) The postage stamps have been issued in 9-stamp sheetlets and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
PROTECTED CROATIAN AGRI-FOOD PRODUCTS, Baranjski kulen
  • Number: 1287
  • PROTECTED CROATIAN AGRI-FOOD PRODUCTS, Baranjski kulen
  • Baranjski kulen (Baranja kulen) is a fermented cured meat sausage made from pork and seasoned with paprika, garlic and pepper in a natural casing, light to dark brown on the outside, and light to dark red on the inside. The characteristic smoked fermented meat aroma blends well with the garlic and the pepper, with the paprika lending a mildly spicy tang.
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PROTECTED CROATIAN AGRI-FOOD PRODUCTS, Lički krumpir
PROTECTED CROATIAN AGRI-FOOD PRODUCTS, Ogulinski kiseli kupus
ACT NOW – CAMPAIGN AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
  • Type: C
  • Date: 27.3.2020.
Motif: bicycle and slogan Drive less The postage stamp has been issued in a 10-stamp sheet with 10 labels and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
ACT NOW – CAMPAIGN AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
  • Number: 1284
  • ACT NOW – CAMPAIGN AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
  • Climate change is one of the defining global and ecological challenges of our time. From shifting weather patterns that threaten food production to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic flooding and infectious disease spreading, the impacts of climate change are global in scope and unprecedented in scale.
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EASTER 2020
  • Type: C
  • Date: 26.3.2020.
Motif: Easter eggs The postage stamp has been issued in a 20-stamp sheet and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
EASTER 2020
  • Number: 1283
  • EASTER 2020
  • Whenever Easter arrives, we say that it is the greatest Christian holiday. We always assure ourselves of this, even though Christmas and its harmless joy seem much dearer to our hearts. Because Easter is tough. Despite being surrounded by tiny leaves that are beginning to sprout from their buds, flowers blooming, and tiny animals starting to appear everywhere, on Easter Sunday it is impossible to forget Friday.
CROATIAN FLORA – STRICTLY PROTECTED SPECIES (
  • Type: C
  • Date: 20.3.2020.
Motifs: Snake’s head, entire-petalled gorse and Tommasini’s sandwort The postage stamps have been issued in 20-stamp sheets and 10-stamp booklets and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC) and three Maximum Cards.
Snake’s head (Fritillaria meleagris L.)
  • Number: 1282
  • Snake’s head (Fritillaria meleagris L.)
  • Snake’s head is a strictly protected plant species from the lily family (Liliaceae). This perennial bulbous monocotyledon rarely grows higher than 20 cm and flowers in early spring, usually producing a single large flower. The snake’s head is a widespread species found almost in entire Europe and in western Asia, but is becoming increasingly rare in some regions due to habitat loss. It is thus featured in the Croatian Red Book as a vulnerable species (VU). Snake’s head is threatened mainly by human activity, including habitat destruction due to agriculture and urbanisation, but also habitat neglect due to discontinuation of mowing and vegetation succession.
Entire-petalled gorse (Genista holopetala (Koch) Bald.)
Tommasini’s sandwort (Moehringia tommasinii Marches.)
  • Number: 1280
  • Tommasini’s sandwort (Moehringia tommasinii Marches.)
  • Tommasini’s sandwort is a strictly protected plant species from the carnation family (Caryophyllaceae). The stenoendemic sandwort named in honour of Muzio Tommasini (1794-1879), botanist and Mayor of Trieste, as well as its close relative, the more widespread mossy sandwort (Moehringia muscosa), resemble a moss at the first glance.