PostNord Denmark

02 January 2020

UNESCO World Heritage

Denmark – UNESCO World Heritage, 2 January 2020. Image from NordPost Danmark.

Denmark’s Stamp Programme for 2020 was unveiled by NordPost Stamp Manager Martin Pingel at the national stamp exhibition in Copenhagen on 19 October 2019.

The following is from NordPost Danmark’s “frimarkprogram 2020 (eng)” brochure:

Five Danish places selected as World Heritage Sites can be seen on the stamps: the par force hunting landscape in North Zealand, Kronborg Castle, Stevns Klint, the Jelling Mounds, Runic Stones and Church; and Christiansfeld. The other two Danish locations on the UNESCO List are Wadden Sea and Roskilde Cathedral, which have previously been featured on Danish stamps.

Denomination: DKK 30.00
5 designs
Designed by: Ella Clausen, PostNord Stamps
Photos: Museum Nordsjælland, Shutterstock/Nenad Basix,Colourbox/Mikkel Bigrandt, Frame & Work og Eva Kristensen
Landscape Architectural Works (Jelling Mounds, Runic Stones and Church): Kristine Jensens Tegnestue and Ingvar Cronhammar
Printer: Cartor
Printing Method: 4-color Offset
Perforation: 13 x 13½

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