Deutsche Post in Germany are issuing a series of stamps called Germany’s Most Beautiful Panoramas (Deutschlands schönste Panoramen). These issues feature 2 se-tenant stamps displaying a panorama from picturesque cities around Germany.
Date of Issue: 7th February 2013
Berlin is the capital city of of Germany. It is the largest city in Germany, and is located in the northeast of the country, in the Berlin-Brandenburg Metropolitan Region. The Gendarmenmarkt takes its name from the regiment stationed here in the 18th century. The Konzerthaus (Concert Hall) stands in the middle, flanked by two cathedrals: the Französischer Dom and the Deutscher Dom.
Date of Issue: 5th September 2013
Heidelberg is a city in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southwest Germany. This panorama depicts the Old Bridge across the river Neckar, with Heidelberg Castle and the Church of the Holy Spirit in the background.
Date of Issue: 3rd April 2014
Dresden is the capital city of the state of Saxony in eastern Germany. This panorama depicts the Old City on the river Elbe, featuring the Frauenkirche (left) and the Zwinger Palace (right). The city suffered terribly in bombing raids during the Second World War, but has largely been rebuilt.
Date of Issue: 4th June 2014
Bremen is a major city in northwest Germany. It was part of the Hanseatic League, a confederation of merchant towns in northern Europe in the Middle Ages. Appropriately, this panorama features the city’s Market Square, one of the oldest parts of the city. The Market Square is where you will find the Town Hall and Bremen Cathedral (St. Peter’s), seen here on the right, and the Church of Our Lady (middle).