Towns of Belarus. Mogilev

Newsletter # 23 (724) June 26, 2017
On July 3, 2017 the Ministry of Communications and Informatization of the Republic of Belarus will issue the stamp Mogilev of the series Towns of Belarus.
A series continuation. Beginning Nos.1032 and 1153. Design: Yauheniya Biadonik. Printing: offset. Colour: full colour. Paper: chalk-surfaced, gummed. Perforation: comb 13. Size of the stamp: 52x29,6 mm. Sheet composition: 6 (2x3) stamps. Size of the sheet: 130x118,5 mm. Print quantity: 48.000 stamps.
The stamp was printed at the Republican Unitary Enterprise Belarusian Printing House Publishing Co..
Face value M is equal to the air-mail tariff of a postcard abroad.
Mogilev is one of the most ancient cities of Belarus. It came into being in 1267 when a castle was laid on a high hill at the bend of the Dnieper at the confluence of the river Dubrovenka. During the following centuries a city developed around the castle. It is first mentioned in the 14th century in the "List of Russian cities distant and near."
Today Mogilev is a regional centre with developed infrastructure. Many houses and civil buildings of the late 18th-19th centuries have survived in the city. They preserve the colour of the historical past of the city on the Dnieper.
No. 1207
Elements of protection

Colour of the postmark — black.
Special postmark and FDC designed by Ya. Biadonik
A special cancellation on FDC will be carried out on the stamp issuing day at the post office No.30 of Mogilev.
The images do not reproduce the exact specifications of the project.

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