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The Inn Valley Group, in german "Inntalkette" or "Nordkette" is a subrange of the Karwendel. It is situated in the north of the city of Innsbruck. Its higest peak is the Kleine Solstein at 2'673 m.

 

Austria 1929, Hofburg in Innsbruck.
The stamp was issued in the series "Definitives 1929-1933".

4th November 1929
(25½ x 21½ mm)
(perforated and imperforated)

1st March & September 1932
(21 x 16½ mm)
40 Groschen, dark blue
40 Groschen, dark violet

 

Austria 1968 Berg Isel stamp

Austria 1968, view from the ski jumping hill "Berg Isel" towards summits of the Inn Valley Group (Inntalkette).  

 

Equatorial Guinea 1976, "IX Olympic Winter Games 1964 Innsbruck".
A view towards in Valley Group (Inntalkette).

 

Equatorial Guinea 1976, "IX Olympic Winter Games 1964 Innsbruck".

The illustration shows a tourist map. The Inn Valley Group in the foreground (at bottom right). On the top a panoramic view towards summits of the Stubai Alps.  

 

German Democratic Republic 1976
"IX Olympic Winter Games 1964 Innsbruck"
A stylized view towards the Inn Valley Group (Karwendel) in the foreground (at bottom right). On the top a panoramic view towards the Stubai Alps

 

Paraguay 1976, "IX Olympic Winter Games 1964 Innsbruck".

The illustration shows a tourist map. The Inn Valley Group in the foreground (at bottom right). On the top a panoramic view towards the Kalkkögel Group of the Stubai Alps

 

Austria 1986 Martinswand stamp

Austria 1986, Martinswand.

The Martinswand at Zirl is his natural landmark at the foothills of the Kl. Wandkopf (1'346 m) of the Inn Valley Group. Martinswand is a rock wall that is over 600 metres high.

 

Austria 2006, 300 years "Anna-Säule".
A view from the south, the Inn Valley Group in the background.
Located in Maria-Theresia Strasse in the city of Innsbruck. The monument was created by the Italian sculptor Cristoforo Benedetti, from Trento. It was consecrated on St. Anne's Day, 1706, by the archbishop of Brixen.

 

Austria 2011, Christmas.
St. Quirin Church („Sankt Krain“) in Sellrain.
Painting by Reinhold Stecher (1921-2013), Austrian Prelate of Roman Catholic Church.  

Mozambique 2013, Glarner Sprinter.
In the background the Rumerspitze and Pfeiser Spitze of the Inntal Range.

Glarner Sprinter
The Glarner Sprinter (RBDe 560 "NPZ Domino") was a passenger train of the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB). It ran from 12th December 2004 till 14th June 2014 from Zürich main station to the canton of Glarus. Since 15th June 2014 the Glarner Sprinter has been replaced by the S25 of the S-Bahn Zürich.
Background:
The background does not correspond with the landscape between Zürich main station and the canton of Glarus in Switzerland. It is identic with the view from Innsbruck main station of the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) towards the Rumerspitze and Pfeiser Spitze of the Inntal Range in Austria.

The stamp was issued in the series "Trains in Switzerland".

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