Slovenia post issued a set of two postage stamps featuring postal vehicles as a part of Europa 2013 series. The stamps shows Krpan mail bicycle and Diligence mail coach. Krpan Mail Bicycle It is no mere coincidence that the Krpan mail bicycle, which you can encounter every day on the streets of Slovenian towns, bears [...]
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2013 is the year of the Snake, begins on February 10th shortly after the New moon in Aquarius, the humanitarian of the zodiac. Slovenia post issued a stamp to mark 2013 as the Year of the Snake. The snake is a very common subject of veneration in various cultures around the world. The fact that [...]
Slovenia post issued Olympic stamps showing motifs of swimming, judo, sailing and basketball. The left and right margins depict the Olympic rings, the logo of London 2012 and stamps of the Olympic Committee of Slovenia. From 27 July to 12 August 2012, the British capital London will host more than 10,000 competitors from over 200 [...]
Slovenia post issued a set of stamps in the EUROPA 2012 series featuring Maribor 2012 – European Capital of Culture. The selection of Maribor as European Capital of Culture 2012 is an opportunity for all its citizens. An opportunity for the city to blossom and to bring together all its creative spirits. All who are [...]
Slovenia post issued a set of two stamps in the Europa series featuring two trees – BEECH TREE and THE SGERM’S PINE to mark 2011 as an International year of Forest. BEECH TREE The beech is one of the most common tree species in Slovenia, accounting for a full 30 per cent of the country’s [...]
Slovenia post issued a set of stamps Advent wreath and Predicting the future from molten lead as a part of Christmas celebration.
Slovenija post will issue a set of stamps to mark Europa 2010 as Children’s books year.
Slovenian sportswomen and sportsmen to attend the Winter Olympics since their beginning. For the first ESL, which were in Chamonix (France) in 1924, be noted that we did not have the official status of the Olympic Games, but the competition called the International week of winter sports. Attended by over 258 athletes, including 247 men [...]