The Tre Cime di Lavaredo, also known as Drei Zinnen, are three distinctive battlement-like peaks, in the Sextener Dolomites of northeastern Italy.
The three peaks, from east to west, are: Cima Piccola 2'857 m ("little peak") Cima Grande 2'999 m ("big peak") and Cima Ovest 2'973 m ("western peak").
Cima Grande: 21.8.1869 by Paul Grohmann with guides Franz Innerkofler and Peter Salcher.
Cima Ovest: 21.8.1879 by Michel Innerkofler and G. Ploner.
Cima Piccola: 1881 by Michel and Hans Innerkofler.
Italy 1956, Winter Olympics, Cortina d' Ampezzo.
Ice skating rink in the foreground and Tre Cime di Laveredo in the background.
San Marino 1962, Tre Cime di Laveredo.
The stamp was issued in the series "Alpinism".
Chile 1979, Tre Cime di Lavaredo.
This stamp was issued for the jubelee "50 years of the City Coyhaique" (Patagonia, Chile). The stamp shows the Coat of Arms of the City Coyhaique on the left. Instead of the Chilean Mountain Cerro Castillo, there was printed on the stamp a picture of the Italian mountain Tre Cime di Laveredo.
Liberia 2001, Tre Cime di Lavaredo and the Milan Cathedral, Italy.
The Milan Cathedral is the fourth largest cathedral in the world (City of Milan, northern Italy).
The stamp was issued in the series "A Philatelic Tour of The World".
Italy 2008, Tre Cime di Laveredo.