Date of Issue: 27th July 2022
one stamp (Lokalpost value)
30.05.2023 Greenland - 1 stamp (23.- DKK)
27.07.2023 Åland - 1 stamp (lokalpost value) NEW
11.08.2023 Faroe Is. - 1 stamp
??.??.2023 Isle of Man
Date of Issue: 7th December 2022
two stamps (1.25 & 2.70 BGN) and one souvenir sheet (1.25 & 2.70 BGN)
both stamps are issued in mini sheet of 8 stamps
both stamps are issued in a booklet of 2 panes (2x 4 unperforated stamps)
a postal stationery is also issued (0.75 BGN)
Khan Asparuh, the first Bulgarian king, had a sister called Huba. She was held captive in another kingdom. Asparuh sent a message to his sister that he had found a land where they could settle down south of the Danube River, a place that nowadays is Bulgaria.
When Huba got the good news from her brother, she managed to escape from captivity and run away. She rode on horseback without stopping until she reached the Danube River. She looked for some way to cross the mighty river but couldn’t find a ford to pass across. So then she tied a thread of white yarn to one of the legs of a falcon sent by her brother and let him fly up into the air, holding the other end of the thin thread in her hands.
The falcon flew away to find a ford for passage across the river and just then, when he found a place, an arrow shot by an enemy pierced the falcon, and he fell to the ground dead. The yarn became red from his blood. Huba followed the thread she was holding and so she found the way to cross the great river and reach the country where her brother Asparuh had made his new home. Then they lived free and happy in the new land they called Bulgaria.
That day was March 1st, the new year in the tradition of those times. They called the white and red threads of yarn after the name of the month March, and named it ‘Martenitsa.’
The Martenitsa became a symbol of peace and love, health and happiness. The white color symbolizes purity and honesty in relationships, and the red color means life, passion, and cordiality in friendship and mutual love. Source : Europe's not dead
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