Morocco issued a stamp on Mausoleum of Mohammed V on 10 Nov 1971. This Mausoleum is a tomb and mosque built in memory of King Mohammed V by his son King Hassan II. Its construction started in 1962 and was completed in 1971.
It is a classic example of Alaouite dynasty’s architectural style. Apart from Mohammed V, it is the final resting place for his son King Hassan IIand Prince Abdallah. it is located in Yacoub Al Mansour Square in Rabat and is a holy place visited by many tourists.
A set of stamps was issued by Morocco on this Mausoleum on 10 Nov 1971.
Germany issued a stamp of 145 euro cent denomination on 03 May 2007 to mark the 175 Anniversary of Hambach Festival. The first May Feast at Hambach Castle was celebrated from 27 to 30 May 1832 at Hambach Castle near Neustadt in present-day Rhineland. It was a festival for German Unity.
Two first Day covers with different cancellations are listed.
Germany issued a new postmark on Neuland Lighthouse on 07 Jul 2019.A stamp on this Lighthouse was issued by Germany on 10 Aug 2006.
Neuland Lighthouse is located on the Baltic Coast in the German State of Schleswig-Holstein. It was active from 1918 to 1996. It stands on the western shore of Hohwacht Bay near the village of Behrensdorf. The Lighthouse was built in 1915/16 and is built with bricks with a height of 40 meters. The original lens was a Fresnel lens with a focus of 400 meters.
Lighthouses of Germany on Stamps -Hornum and Oberfeuer – 2007.
Germany has issued a set of stamps on Lighthouses from 2004 to 2008.
12 Jul 2007 – 45 Pf – Bremerhaven Oberfeuer
Bremerhaven Oberfeuer Lighthouse is located in Bremerhaven. It is also known as Simon Loschen Tower or Loschen Lighthouse. It is the oldest operative lighthouse in Germany’s North Seashore. It is active from 1855 and stands at 37 m. A First Day Cover is listed.
12 Jul 2007 – 55 euro cent- Hornum at Sylt which was built in 1907. It is 34 metres high.