Stamps on Federal Republic of Saarland– Germany – 2007.
Germany has issued stamp on 50th Anniversary of Federal Republic of Saarland on 02 Jan 2007. Saarland is a forested Southwestern German State bordered by France and Luxembourg. It is named after Saar river and is a part of the Moselle Wine region. Its capital Saarbrucken is known for Saarland Museum and baroque style Ludwig Church. It was formed in 1920 after World War I.It joined the Federal Republic of Germany on 01 Jan 1957 as its state after rejecting the 1955 Saar Statute referendum.It used its own currency Saar Franc and issued postage stamps until 1959.
Two First Day Covers cancelled at Berlin is listed. The stamp features Buildings, rivers, Coat of Arms & Steel Industry.
Germany has issued a 45 euro cent stamp on 1000th Anniversary of Furth on 02 Jan 2007. Furth is located in the German State of Bavaria and forms a part of the administrative division of Middle Franconia. The land in Furth for Bamberg Bishopric was donated by Emperor Heinrich II on 01 Nov 1007. The town is surrounded by rivers Rednitz and Pegnitz, Main Danube Canal, Garlic Country and Nuremberg City
Two First Day Covers cancelled at Berlin is listed.
Germany has issued stamp on 1000th Anniversary Bishopric of Bamberg on 02 Jan 2007. This Cathedral is an UNESCO Heritage site. It was established in 1007 at Frankfurt Synod to expand Christianity to the Franconian Lands (Bavaria). The land in Furth for Bamberg Bishopric was donated by Emperor Heinrich II on 01 Nov 1007.