UNESCO World Heritage Sites -Geirangerfjord Norway 2005.
Geirangerfjord is a UNESCO World Heritage site in Norway. A fjord or fiord is a long narrow inlet with steep sides or cliffs and created by glaciers. The Geirangerfjord is a fjord in Sunnmore region of Norway. It is surrounded by majestic, snow-covered mountain peaks, wild waterfalls and lush green vegetation. It is one of the most spectacular sites in the World.
Norway issued a stamp on this heritage site on 15 Apr 2005. The stamp features the scenic outpost Ornesvingen at Geirangerfjord.
Popular Destinations of Bhutan- Miniature Sheet 2016
Bhutan – The Land of Thunder Dragon has many beautiful and Popular Tourist Destinations. Bhutan Post issued a miniature sheet containing seven stamps on these Popular destinations on 18 October 2016. The Destinations are
Argentina issued a beautiful set of eight stamps (each 75c denomination) featuring Argentine landscapes. The stamps were issued in a Se-tenant block of eight. The date of issue was 19 July 2003. Each stamp had a print run of 104,000. The Landscapes featured are
75c – Mbigua Marsh Province of Formosa.
75c – The Dead Man’s Salt Flats- Province of Catamarca.
75c – Quilmes Ruins- Province of Tucuman.
75c – Ibera Marshes – Province of Corrientes
75c -Ischigualasto Provincial Park -Province of San Juan
75c – City of Mar Del Plata- Province of Buenos Aires.
75c – Caleu Caleu Department, Province of La Pampa
Wild Flowers of Bhutan – Primula Sikkimensis -2014.
Bhutan Post issued a stamp on Primula Sikkimensis Flower also called Himalayan Cowslip or Sikkim Cowslip in series Wild Flowers of Bhutan. It was 10 Nu Denomination stamp issued on 15 Jun 2014.A sheet containing 10 stamps is listed.
First Day Cover India 2016 – Central Water & Power Research Station -Centenary
India Post issued a stamp to commemorate 100th Anniversary of Central Water & Power Research Station(CWPRS) Pune on 04 Oct 2016. It is an apex research and development institution in the field of hydraulics and allied research in the water and Power sector.