The Pik Lenin rises to 7'134 m in Gorno-Badakhshan on the border of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. It is the second-highest mountain of both countries.
First Ascent: 1928 by Karl Wien (Austria), Eugen Allwein (Germany) and Erwin Schneider (Austria).
Soviet Union 1986,
The stamp was issued in the series
"Natl. Sports Committee Intl. Alpinist Camps — Part I"
Pik Lenin and Pik Marshal Thukov (6'582 m) in the foreground.
The stamp is showing a view from southwest.
The rounded peak in the foreground is the Pik Marshal Zhukov. It is named after the famous Russian leader of the second WW Marshal Žukov (= Zh).
The stamp was issued in the miniaturesheet "Mountains of Tajikistan".
Kyrgyzstan 2000, Pik Lenin.
The stamp was issued in the series "International Year of Mountains".
Pik Lenin (left) and Pik Ismoil Somoni 7'495 m (right).
Tajikistan 2011, Pik Lenin.
Steam locolotive 1-5-0 (1947).
The stamp was issued in the series "Old steam Locomotives".