GOJKO ŠUŠAK (1945 – 1998)
- Type: C
- Date: 3.5.2023.
- Number: 1440
- GOJKO ŠUŠAK (1945 – 1998)
- He became the Minister of Defense of the Republic of Croatia on 18 September 1991, in the midst of the decisive battles for the creation of the Croatian state, and he held this position until his death in 1998.
CLIMATE ACTION – Plastic waste in the sea
- Type: C
- Date: 20.4.2023.
- Number: 1439
- CLIMATE ACTION – Plastic waste in the sea
- Despite being widely used in our everyday life, the amount of plastic thrown every day strains our environment and harms and threatens our survival on this planet. Recycling and proper plastic waste management should not be considered a luxury, but the necessity of the modern era.
- Type: C
- Date: 19.4.2023.
- Number: 1438
- FAMOUS CROATS, Dušan Vukotić
- In no area of film culture has Croatian cinematography left such a globally visible mark as it did in animated film. The most famous among them is undoubtedly Dušan Vukotić, the director who won an Oscar for “The Substitute” in 1961.
- Number: 1437
- FAMOUS CROATS, Juro Tkalčić
- In the history of Croatian musical interpretation, the cello does not have a large number of distinguished artists, especially not those with an international career. Among this small number Juro Tkalčić is regarded a kind of founder, who after primary education in Zagreb and later in Vienna, went to Paris, where he started playing in various orchestral and chamber ensembles while continuing his additional education, but also performed as a soloist with his brother, pianist Ivo Tkalčić.
- Number: 1436
- FAMOUS CROATS,Miljenko Smoje
- In his writing, Smoje did not only describe central Dalmatia; he created it: he constructed its media image, created its mythology, immortalized its mentality, codified its language.
- Number: 1435
- FAMOUS CROATS, Branko Lustig
- In Hollywood, as an executive producer Lustig helped in the creation of a number of notable and popular A-movies. His work is particularly important for two of the most prominent mid-stream directors of that generation: Steven Spielberg and Ridley Scott.
CROATIAN FAUNA – BUTTERFLIES
- Type: C
- Date: 22.3.2023.
- Number: 1434
- CROATIAN FAUNA – BUTTERFLIES, poplar admiral
- Poplar admiral Limenitis populi Poplar admiral Limenitis populi (Linnaeus, 1758) is a diurnal butterfly from the Nymphalidae family, characterized by wings of unforgettable beauty and amazing habitats. The species lives in light coniferous and mixed forests, where caterpillar host plants of Populus tremula and Populus nigra grow.
- Number: 1433
- CROATIAN FAUNA – BUTTERFLIES, marsh fritillary
- Marsh fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia) is one of the most recognizable species from the brush-footed butterflies family (Nymphalidae). It was named after the type of habitat in which it most often resides, namely wet meadows. Two ecological types of this species are known in Croatia - populations inhabiting the wet grasslands of the continental region and populations inhabiting the dry grasslands of the Alpine and Mediterranean regions of Croatia.
- Number: 1432
- CROATIAN FAUNA – BUTTERFLIES, southern swallowtail
- Southern swallowtail (Papilio alexanor, ) is one of the most charismatic diurnal butterflies in Croatia. It is one of seven easily recognizable and large diurnal butterflies of the swallowtail family (Papilionidae) in Croatia, characterized by an imago wingspan of 55 to 70 mm and females that are usually larger than males.
BRIDGES AND VIADUCTS
- Type: SOUVENIR SHEET
- Date: 20.3.2023.
- Number: 1431
- BRIDGES AND VIADUCTS, Mirna Viaduct
- the floodplain of the Mirna River is bridged by a magnificent viaduct (bridge), with a total length of 1,378 m. The total width of the object is 10.10 m, and it consists of two traffic lanes, each 3.5 m wide, and two protective belts, each 1.0 m wide, as well as protective fence areas, each 0.5 m wide.
- Number: 1430
- BRIDGES AND VIADUCTS, Third Guards Brigade
- The bridge consists of three parts: a) the Baranja side access road over the inundation (length: 1,074.5 m, b) the bridge crossing the Drava river length: 420 m, and c) the Osijek side access road length: 990.5 m. Both access roads were built as two separate viaducts, one for each direction.