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#1085 Algeria 16/11/17

algeria-161117Hocine has sent this nice cover from Algeria, thank you! It was posted in Bir-Mourad-Raïs on November 17 and arrived on December 14, 2016.

The stamps are part of the set “Folklore Dancing”, which was issued on July 20, 2016.

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#979 Malaysia 15/08/23

Malaysia 150823Here is a beautiful aerogram from Malaysia, which was sent by Jeep Wa, thank you! It was posted in Johor Bahru on August 23 and arrived on September 1, 2015.

#845 Moldova 14/09/15

Moldova 140915The stamps on the left of this nice cover from Moldova commemorate the Ralli Family Mansion in Dolna, Strășeni. They are part of the “Architecture” set, which was issued on February 15, 2011.

The middle stamp is part of the set “Folk Dances” (issued September 18, 2010). It commemorates a dance of the Călușari.

On the right there is a stamp that depicts a red fox (Vulpes vulpes). It is part of a stamp set, which commemorates threatened species of Moldova. The set was issued on July 29, 2011.

The cover was posted in Chișinău on September 15 and arrived on September 17, 2014. Thank you, Constantin!

See also: #790 Moldova 14/05/03

#701 Albania 13/09/23

Albania 130920My mother sent this nice cover from her trip to Albania, thank you! The cover was posted in Tirana on September 23 and arrived on September 30, 2013. Seven days of travel, although it was sent by airmail!

The stamps are part of the set “Folk Dances”, which was issued on November 23, 2012.

#621 India 13/01/12

India 130112Thank you, Jinesh, for sending this beautiful cover from Bangalore, India! It was posted at Bangalore International Airport on January 12 and arrived on January 21, 2013.

The cover and stamps were issued on 15 December 2010. The stamp sheet is a joint issue of India and Mexico; it commemorates the Kalbelia Dance and the Jaraba Tapatío.

See also:
#397 India 10/06/28
#340 India 09/11/14

#294 Spain 09/10/14

Thank you, Jorge, for this beautiful cover from Igualada, Spain!

It was posted on October 14, 2009. Interestingly Jorge used a cover, which was issued by Eesti Post, and attached the stamp set “Popular Dances” (issued on July 22, 2009). The stamps commemorate the dances muñeira and fandango.

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