Collectibles Stamps | Romania Stamps 2012 EUROPA Stamps Visit Romania - Block of 4

Collectibles Stamps | Romania Stamps 2012 EUROPA Stamps Visit Romania - Block of 4 - top quality Stamps approved by specialists

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The territory of present Romania, existing ever since the beginning of the first millennium, was formed on the territory of ancient Dacia, in the South-Eastern area of Central Europe including the arch of the Carpathians in the middle and bordered by the Danube and the Black Sea.

Having almost all landforms existing in nature, thousands of rivers and thermal springs, parks and national reserves, famous and unique caves in Europe, salt mines, the Black Sea shore, Romania presents its beauties as important landmarks on the European map of sea spa tourism.

The largest delta of the continent, the mirifical Danube Delta, the youngest European land, permanently metamorphosing, has numerous tourist attractions. It is the unique delta in the world that has been declared a Biosphere Reserve, registered on the UNESCO Heritage list of natural monuments

Romania is the country of the famous wood churches from Maramures and the unique Merry Cemetery in the world, the cemetery of Sapanta, of the Moldavian monasteries with the notorious Voronet Monastery and its well-known painting whose blue colour amazes any visitor.

Romania deserves to be visited for the uniqueness of its beauties and the numerous traditions kept along centuries.

Technical details
  • Issue Date: 06.04.2012
  • Designer: Mircea Ostoia
  • Process: Offset
  • Colours: 4 Colours
  • Size: 33 x 48 mm, 119 x 116 mm, 86 x 116 mm
  • Values: 1.40 LEI, 8.10 LEI

 You'll receive one Block with 4 stamps - containing 2 sets of the series.

We are not official re-sellers of Romanian Stamps. We offer this item only to please our customers, in limited stock availability.

EUROPA stamps are special stamps issued by European postal administrations/enterprises and bears the official EUROPA logo, a PostEurop registered trademark under the aegis of PostEurop in which Europe is the central theme