100 Years of the Fala Hydropower Plant

Slovenia – Construction of the rst hydropower plant on the river Drava began in 1913. This was the Fala hydropower plant, which was at the same time the biggest hydropower plant in the Eastern Alps. Until 1918, when the FalaRead More

Madeira Self-Adhesive

In this Madeira series, the stamps take us on a route that begins with one of the most emblematic events in this archipelago’s popular culture. For a week, the Flower Festival invites tourists and residents to participate in a celebrationRead More

Roses

Luxembourg – Since 1980 a group of rose lovers established the “Lëtzebuerger Rousefrënn” (Luxembourg Friends of Roses) to encourage the preservation of older varieties and the breeding of new ones. In 2014, a second association, the “Patrimoine Roses pour leRead More

Window’s Smile Geraniums

Romania – Romfilatelia puts into circulation the postage stamps issue WINDOWS’ SMILE, GERANIUMS, delighting again flora lovers and philately aficionados. Whether in parks, gardens, pots, or flower gardens, regardless of the season, flowers are a joy for the eyes and the soul.Read More

Flora 2017

Bosnia and Herzegovina – Helichrysum is a plant that clasps more then 600 sorts and has spread out throughout the world. The plant’s name comes from the Greek word „helios” – sun and „chrisos” – gold. Around 25 sorts deriveRead More

Berries

Romania – Fruits, a beloved theme for those passionate by philately, is once again taken up this year by Romfilatelia within the postage stamp issue “Berries”. Forest fruits are the ones that color every summer the woods and the clearingRead More

Cactus Flowers

Romania – Cacti are part of the Cactaceae family, which contains over 4000 species. The word “káktos” comes from the Greek language and means a spiky plant. Their origin is found in the deserts of America, especially Nevada, Arizona, California, Mexico, whereRead More

Quince Scent

Switzerland – The quince is Switzerland’s Fruit of the Year 2017. To mark this accolade, Swiss Post is issuing a limited miniature sheet which gives off the fragrance of quince. FRUCTUS has designated a fruit of the year each year sinceRead More

Oak Tree

Austria – On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Austrian Federal Forestry Office, which was taken out of the national budget and re-established as a joint stock company in 1997, Austrian Post has come up with something very unusualRead More

Tree leaves – Birch

Andorra (Spain) – Nature is undoubtedly one of the most important values ??in the Principality of Andorra, which is why it has been reproduced regularly in the philatelic emissions of the Principality. To these emissions, a new Fulles d’Arbre seriesRead More

H.C. Lyngbye

Faroes – The Botanist Hans Christian Lyngbye and his Travel to the Faroe Islands in 1817. On the 9th of June in 1817, the Danish theologian, botanic and natural historian, Hans Christian Lyngbye (1782-1837) put ashore in the Faroe Islands. His missionRead More

Flowers and Crafts

France – Booklet of 12 postage stamps with permanent validity at the rate of the green letter for letters up to 20 g destined for France.Carnet size: 256 mm x 54 mm For the spring of 2017, a notebook of twelveRead More

Symphony of Tulips, Pitesti

Romania – The “Symphony of Tulips” is the most important social-cultural, artistic, sporting and commercial manifestation for the Pitesti municipality. This spring, Romfilatelia dedicates the postage stamp issue Symphony of Tulips, to the city of Pitesti and its main manifestation. TheRead More

Flowers, National Symbol

Romania – Flora, a beloved theme for those passionate by philately, is once again taken up this year by Romfilatelia within the postage stamp issue “Flowers, National Symbol”. Together with the symbol flower of each state, the national flag completes theRead More