Luxembourg Issued Stamp on Moselle Valley

\"luxembourgFor 42 km, between Schengen and Wasserbillig, the Moselle river forms the natural border between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Germany. The region can be explored by boat, by bike along the river banks through picturesque Mosellean villages or by foot past the orchards and vineyards.The hinterland offers excellent views over the striking rivers cape and historical winegrowing villages where the contemporary architecture integrates perfectly with its surroundings. It was in the small village of Schengen where the famous agreement of the same name was signed in 1985.This agreement led do the creation of Europe’s borderless Schengen Area.

The “E” value stamps, such as the Europe stamp, will replace the “A-Europe” stamp and will be valid for a standard letter for continental Europe (up to 50 g). Issue Date: 24.09.2013 Printer: Offset by Enschedé Security Print, Haarlem (NL) Process: Offset Colours: 4 Colours Size: 48,5 x 33 mm Values: E 50g

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