Integration through the eyes of Young people – EUROPA 2006 – Germany

The theme for EUROPA 2006 was Integration through the eyes of young people.

Date of Issue 04 May 2006

55c- Circuit of Linked people (Antiracimism/Immigrants)

FDC cancelled at Berlin is listed

GERMANY FDC EUROPA 2006
GERMANY FDC 2006-EUROPA -INTEGRATION THROUGH THE EYES OF YOUNG PEOPLE.
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Integration through the eyes of Young people – EUROPA 2006 – Malta

Integration through the eyes of Young people – EUROPA 2006 – Malta

The theme for EUROPA 2006 was Integration through the eyes of Young people.

Date of Issue 09 May 2006

16c- Circuit of Linked people (Antiracimism/Immigrants)

MALTA EUROPA
MALTA 2006- EUROPA

Europa 2005- Gastronomy – Stamps of Malta.

Europa 2005- Gastronomy – Stamps of Malta

The theme for 2005 EUROPA stamps was Gastronomy. Malta issued stamps on this theme on 09 May 2005.

16 c – Cayenne Pepper, Baked Stuffed Courgettes and Stuffed eggplant

MALTA EUROPA 2005- GASTRONOMY
MALTA EUROPA 2005- GASTRONOMY

Europa Stamps -France-1994

Europa Stamps -France-1994

The theme for 1991 EUROPA stamps was Discoveries. France issued two stamps on this theme. 49 Countries participated in the stamp issue programme and issued 85 stamps. New countries to issue stamps on EUROPA theme were Aland, Greenland, Estonia and Latvia.

2.80 Fr – Discovery of AIDS Virus. Nobel Prize awarded to  Dr Luc Montagnier at Pasteur Institute Paris for the discovery of AIDS virus.

3.70 Fr – Discovery of De Broglie Wave (1924). The theory about subatomic particles having wave properties was given by Louis De Broglie in 1924. De Broglie (1892-1987) was a French physicist best known for wave theory and quantum theory. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1929.

FRANCE EUROPA 1994 DISCOVERIES
FRANCE 1994 -EUROPA-DISCOVERIES-AIDS VIRUS & DE BROGLIE WAVE.

Discovery of AIDS Virus – Stamps of France 1994.

Discovery of AIDS Virus – Stamps of France 1994.

The AIDS virus was discovered in 1983 by different research groups who gave this virus different names. The groups under Dr Gallo, Dr Luc Montagnier at Pasteur Institute Paris and Dr Jay Levy at the University of San Francisco California identified the AIDS virus. Dr Luc Montagnier was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for 2008 for this discovery along with two other scientists.

France issued a stamp with label on Discovery of AIDS virus on 01 Dec 1994 on World Day to combat AIDS. The 2.80 Fr stamp with a label is listed. It was also part of EUROPA issue of 1994.

FRANCE 1994 DISCOVERY AIDS VIRUS
FRANCE 1994 DISCOVERY AIDS VIRUS

EUROPA Postage Stamps – Introduction- Stamps of 1956

EUROPA Postage Stamps – Introduction-Stamps of 1956

The EUROPA Postage Stamp ( also Known as CEPT till 1992) is n annual Joint Issue of Stamps with a common design or theme among the member countries of European Communities (1956-59), The European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) from 1962 to 1990 and Posteurop Association since 1993.

Apart from promoting Philately, this theme builds awareness of the common roots, culture & history of Europe and its common goals. Europa stamp issues are therefore one of the most collected and most popular themes.

The First EUROPA stamps were issued in 1956.

1956 – The First stamps were issued by Postal Administrations of Six founding members of European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) with a common design -a tower made up of letters of word EUROPA and surrounded by construction scaffolding. The designer was Frenchman Daniel Gonzague. The six countries to issue stamps were Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and Netherlands.

Belgium – 4f – 15 Sep 1956- Building Europe

BELGIUM EUROPA 1956
BELGIUM 1956 -EUROPA-BUILDING EUROPE

France -15 f – 15 Sep 1956- Building Europe

FRANCE EUROPA 1956
FRANCE 1956 -EUROPA-BUILDING EUROPE

Germany -10 & 40 Pf – 15 Sep 1956- Building Europe

GERMANY EUROPA 1956
GERMANY EUROPA 1956

 

First Stamps on EUROPA -1956

First Stamps on EUROPA -1956

The First EUROPA stamps were issued in 1956.

1956 – The First stamps were issued by Postal Administrations of Six founding members of European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) with a common design -a tower made up of letters of word EUROPA and surrounded by construction scaffolding. The designer was Frenchman Daniel Gonzague. The six countries to issue stamps were Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and Netherlands.

Italy – Lira 25 & 60 – 15 Sep 1956- Building Europe

ITALY EUROPA 1956
ITALY EUROPA 1956

Luxembourg – 4f – 15 Sep 1956- Building Europe

LUXEMBOURG EUROPA 1956
LUXEMBOURG EUROPA 1956

The Netherlands – 10c & 25 c – 15 Sep 1956- Building Europe

NETHERLANDS EUROPA 1956
THE NETHERLANDS EUROPA 1956