|ID||Michel: 1524-1527, Bl. 36 Scott: Stanley Gibbons: Yvert: UPU: DK012.09-DK015.09 Category: pF|
Jimmy Lassen, Jens Schou (DKK 5.00)
John Larsen (DKK 5.50)
Steen Drozd Lund, Tommy Kaae (DKK 8.00)
Nils Natorp / GeoCenter Mons klint (DKK 17.00)
Drawings: Martin Moerck
Design: Post Danmark, Frimaerker
|Stamps in set||4|
|Value||5.00 Pyramidal Orchids
5.50 Peregrine Falcon
8.00 Thyme zygaenidae
17.00 Mosasaur teeth
|Size (width x height)||28.84x39.52mm|
|Layout||50 stamps in sheet (10x5)|
|Products||Block x1 PP x1|
|Print Technique||4-colour offset, lithography|
|Printed by||Post Danmark Stamps|
|Issuing Authority||Post Danmark|
Reconstruction of Mosasaur on stamp of Poland 1965 (part of set)
There are several exhibitions dedicated to natural history of the region there.
The exhibition has been structured around a time travel of 70 million years' duration. Here high-technological exhibition techniques, free artistic interpretations and rare fossils will take you from the bottom of the Chalk Ocean and directly up to the unique nature to be found on the present-day Cliff of Moen.
The exhibition comprises a
prehistoric element, a present-day element, a work shop, a climbing
cave, a small cinema below the glacier and a 3-D
The workshop is an active workplace where, throughout the day, children and adults can partake in lots of exciting activities together with the nature guide.
Note: GeoCenter Moens Klint is owned by a private commercial foundation established in accordance with non-profit principles for the purpose of: running a geology and nautre centre at the Cliff of Moen, including being of service to the audience and to provide presentation of nature and culture matters; providing other nature and cultural presentation for the common good
Her Royal Highness Queen Margrethe is protector of GeoCenter Moens Klint. (the stamp on the right side issued in Denmark in 1997 with a title " Queen Margrethe II- Jubilee", part of set of 4 values).
Images above are from Presentation Pack
|Mini Sheet||Presentation Pack|
Latest update 21.10.2017
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