is a small, fortified medieval town located in the heart of Transylvania
(Romania). This medieval town was also the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, who
inspired Bram Stoker's fictional creation Count Dracula.
Centre of Sighişoara is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Postcard The Batu Cave Temple in Malaysia is one of the most popular Hindu shrines
outside India. The 42 metres tall statue is dedicated to Lord Murugan, the
Hindu god of war. To get to the Temple Cave, you have to climb the steep
272 steps to the top of the Batu Caves.
The Arch of Caracalla is a Roman triumphal
arch from the beginning of the 3rd century, located at Djémila in Algeria. The arch, together with the rest of the archaeological
site of Djémila is UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982.
Al Atiq Mosque – Ghardaia
The stamp on the right is part of a series depicting Mosques
Tanzania's coast is home to some of the most
spectacular diving in the world. The waters off the southern coast of
Tanzania are rich in marine life – coral reefs, mangrove forests, fish, marine
turtles, whales and many other species.
But..Tanzania is the only country in Africa where
fishermen widely use homemade bombs to increase their catch. With
This park features a spectacular limestone karst landscape with an underground
river. With 8.2-kilometer probably the longest navigable underground river
in the world.
Puerto-Princesa Subterranean River National Park is a UNESCO
World Heritage Site since 1999.
The stamp on the right is to honor the Higantes
Festival held in Angono on 22nd and 23rd of every November. Main feature of
this festival are the parades of towering giants made of paper-mache, some as
tall as fifteen feet. These giants are locally known as higantes.
Postcard Taka Bone Rate National
Park is a marine park in Indonesia. The park includes the Takabonerate atoll
islands, located in the Flores Sea, south of Sulawesi island. With 2220
square kilometers, Taka Bone Rate is the world’s third-largest coral atoll.