About Europa Stamps

EUROPA stamps underlines cooperation in the postal domain and promotes philately. EUROPA Stamps also build awareness of the common roots, culture and history of Europe. As such, EUROPA stamp issues are among the most collected and most popular stamps in the world.



San Marino présente une valeur mettant en vedette le Triturus carnifex, le triton crêté, un amphibien urodèle d'environ 15 centimètres de long dont les mâles, en période de reproduction, se caractérisent par une crête dorsale et une livrée colorée de manière voyante. Les larves suspendent parfois leur métamorphose en devenant des adultes mais conservent des caractéristiques "néotoniques" telles que les branchies.


This year’s EUROPA Stamps are more than just postage or collectible items—they're windows into the mesmerizing underwater world of Europe. Each stamp is a work of art, capturing the vibrant tapestry of marine life found in Europe's seas, rivers, and lakes. From delicate seahorses dancing in seagrass meadows to vibrant corals bustling with activity, these stamps offer a glimpse into the breathtaking biodiversity beneath the waves, beneath the coolness of a lake. Whether through intricate illustrations or stunning photographs, these stamps showcase the rich tapestry of life that thrives in European waters. With every stamp, collectors and enthusiasts are transported to these underwater realms, fostering awe and appreciation for the wonders of nature.