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PROTECTED HORSE BREEDS - LIPIZZAN
  • Type: C
  • Date: 7.11.2018.
Motif: Lipizzan Author: Vladimir Buzolić-Stegu, designer from Zagreb Photographer: Domagoj Topić The stamp has been issued in a sheet, and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC). This edition was realised in cooperation with the State Stud Farm Đakovo and Lipik.
PROTECTED HORSE BREEDS - LIPIZZAN
  • Number: 1167
  • PROTECTED HORSE BREEDS - LIPIZZAN
  • The Lipizzan horse dates back to the stud farm Lipizza in Slovenia in 1580, which, at the time, served as the Austrian Court’s stud farm. The Lipizzan is a resilient and enduring horse, appropriate for riding and carriage pulling, predominantly not taller than 160 cm, and known for its benign temperament.
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CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – 1st GUARDS BRIGADE “TIGERS”
  • Type: C
  • Date: 5.11.2018.
Motif: emblem of the 1st Guards Brigade “Tigers” Author: Dean Roksandić, designer from Zagreb Emblem author: Božo Kokan The stamp has been issued in a 6-stamp sheetlet with one label, and the Croatian Post has issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
CROATIAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE – 1st GUARDS BRIGADE “TIGERS”
MINERALS AND ROCKS
  • Type: S/S
  • Date: 24.10.2018.
Motif: Moslavina quartz, Brusnik conglomerate The souvenir sheet consists of two stamps, Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC).
MINERALS AND ROCKS, AUGITE
  • Number: 1165
  • MINERALS AND ROCKS, AUGITE
  • MINERALS AND ROCKS, AUGITE On a shore facing Svetac there are near perfectly rounded conglomerates whose heights reach up to half a meter. Explaining the creation of Brusnik conglomerates, Fran Tućan emphasized the long term effect of sea waves in order to create conglomerates of such high level curvature from broken pieces of such “tough” rocks such as diabase. Brusnik has been protected as a geological nature monument since 1951.
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MINERALS AND ROCKS, QUARTZ “čađavac”
  • Number: 1164
  • MINERALS AND ROCKS, QUARTZ “čađavac”
  • MINERALS AND ROCKS - QUARTZ Quartz (SiO2) is one of the most common minerals in the Earth's crust. In terms of various colours, we distinguish the colourless rock crystal, yellow citrine, purple amethyst, brown smoky quartz, black smoky quartz, green jade, rose quartz and grainy white coloured quartz – milky quartz. Transparent quartz with nice colours is often used to make jewellery.
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LOCOMOTIVES
  • Type: C
  • Date: 5.10.2018.
Motif: Steam locomotive no. 7, diesel-electrical motor train DEV I The stamps have been issued in a joint sheetlet of 6 stamps; there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post. This edition has been realised in cooperation with the Nikola Tesla Technical Museum and the Croatian Railway Museum.
LOCOMOTIVES - Diesel-electrical Motor Train DEV I
  • Number: 1163
  • LOCOMOTIVES - Diesel-electrical Motor Train DEV I
  • SAMOBOR RAILWAY ENGINES The concept of Samobor Railway includes the narrow-gauge railway with the track width of 760 mm between Zagreb and Samobor that was operational between Jan. 16th, 1901 and Dec. 31st, 1979. The railway was constructed under the status of a vicinal (commercial) railway. Its length was 19 kilometres and its construction was financed by the joint stock company Vicinalna željeznica Zagreb-Samobor headquartered in Budapest. After WWII, the railway became a part of JDŽ and on July 1st, 1950 it started operating as an independent company entitled Gradska željeznica u Zagrebu (GŽZ). In 1951 the railway was extended by 5 kilometres from Samobor to Bregana. During the next two decades, investments were made into railway renewal and modernisation of mobile capacities. Despite that, the railway transport on that track could not compete with the expansion of the roadway transport so the Samobor Railway was closed for transport at the beginning of 1980. Used engines or leased engines were mostly used to pull trains on that track. The only new engines were a steam locomotive no. 7 and aluminium diesel-electrical motor trains.
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LOCOMOTIVES - Steam Locomotive No. 7
  • Number: 1162
  • LOCOMOTIVES - Steam Locomotive No. 7
  • SAMOBOR RAILWAY ENGINES The concept of Samobor Railway includes the narrow-gauge railway with the track width of 760 mm between Zagreb and Samobor that was operational between Jan. 16th, 1901 and Dec. 31st, 1979. The railway was constructed under the status of a vicinal (commercial) railway. Its length was 19 kilometres and its construction was financed by the joint stock company Vicinalna željeznica Zagreb-Samobor headquartered in Budapest. After WWII, the railway became a part of JDŽ and on July 1st, 1950 it started operating as an independent company entitled Gradska željeznica u Zagrebu (GŽZ). In 1951 the railway was extended by 5 kilometres from Samobor to Bregana. During the next two decades, investments were made into railway renewal and modernisation of mobile capacities. Despite that, the railway transport on that track could not compete with the expansion of the roadway transport so the Samobor Railway was closed for transport at the beginning of 1980. Used engines or leased engines were mostly used to pull trains on that track. The only new engines were a steam locomotive no. 7 and aluminium diesel-electrical motor trains.
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LET'S PROTECT OUR FORESTS
  • Type: C
  • Date: 17.9.2018.
Motif: creative image of a hedgehog as a forest protector The stamp has been issued in sheets of 20 stamps; there is also First Day Cover (FDC) issued by Croatian Post.
LET
  • Number: 1161
  • LET'S PROTECT OUR FORESTS
  • Forests represent one of the greatest natural wealth in Croatia. They cover an area of 2,688,000 ha or 47% of the Croatian mainland. Commercial forests cover an area of 2,416,000 ha, protective forests 154,000 ha and special purpose forests 118,000 ha. Our forests are natural, mixed forests with a rich and diverse vegetation where, along with the tree species of commercial significance, there are also various other types of trees, bushes and low vegetation, mushrooms and a large number of accompanying fauna representatives, from the tiniest insects, amphibians and reptiles, a large number of bird species, to small and large mammals.
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