|On 27 August 2001, the Post Office of Moldova (Poșta Moldovei) issued a postage stamp with the title 10th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Moldova. The issue comprises one stamp, with an associated cancellation (postmark) and first day cover (FDC). The designer was Vitalie Roşca. The printing was performed by Bundesdruckerei, Germany.|
ABOUT THE THEME
The Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Moldova (Romanian: Declaraţia de independenţă a Republicii Moldova) was a document adopted by the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova following the failure of the August coup attempt. The document claims 'millennial history' and 'uninterrupted statehood' within historic and ethnic borders and refers to the official language as 'Romanian.'. This founding act of the Republic of Moldova from 1991 is celebrated on August 27, the National Day or Independence Day. The Republic of Moldova gained official recognition of statehood on 2 March 1992, by becoming a member of the United Nations. Read more..
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State Flag of the Republic and the City of Chişinău
The state flag of Moldova is a vertical tricolor of blue, yellow, and red, charged with the coat of arms of Moldova (an eagle holding a shield charged with an aurochs) on the center bar. The obverse is mirrored. The flag ratio is 1:2. Until further provisions, the State Flag of Moldova is used as the national flag and ensign as well, that is, civil, state and war flag and ensign. Read more..This article uses material from the Wikipedia article 'Flag_of_moldova', which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.
FIRST DAY COVERS (FDC) AND CANCELLATIONS (POSTMARKS)