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The Madeira Islands form an archipelago of volcanic origin. They belong to Portugal and comprise two inhabited islands, Madeira and Porto Santo, and two uninhabited groups, the Desertas and the Selvagens. The Madeira Island is the largest of the group. The highest summits on Madaira are the Pico Ruivo (1'862 m), Pico das Torres (1'847 m), Pico do Gato (1'780 m) and Pico Arieiro (1'818 m).

Portugal Madeira 2012
Levada do Rei
Portugal Madeira 2012
Levada do Caldeirão Verde
The stamp is also existing self-adhesive value E20g (2014)

Portugal Madeira 2012
Levada Fajã do Rodrigues

Portugal Madeira 2012
Levada das 25 Fontes
The stamp is existing self-adhesive value E20g (2017)

Portugal/Madeira 2012, Levadas.
The "Levadas" are a remarkable, ingenious irrigation system that was developed in the 16th century by the first settlers to distribute water from the high mountain springs to the slopes and valleys. Nowadays on the island there are more than 20 official hiking trails along more than 1'400 kilometres of Levadas.

 

Madeira miniaturesheet 2012

Portugal/Madeira 2012
Levada do Furado.

 

Portogal/Madeira 2012
Levada dos Cedros.

 

Portugal Madeira 2014, Levada do Caldeirão Verde.
(self-adhesive)

note:
The stamps above (2012/2014 series) does not show real views, the images are artist's compositions of different elements.


Portugal Madeira 2017
Pico Rulvo 1'862 m
The Pico Rulvo (1'862 m) is Madeira’s highest point.

Portugal Madeira 2017
Pico Castelo
This peak is located 437 metres above sea level and provides an exceptional view of Porto Santo.

Portugal Madeira 2017
Pico do Veado
With 49 metres of altitude, Pico do Veado is the highest point on Selvagem Pequena island and is located on the north coast of the small island.

Portugal Madeira 2017
Pico Branco
At 450 metres height, Pico Branco or ‘White Peak’, the second highest peak on the island of Porto Santo.

Portugal Madeira 2017, Pico do Arieiro & Pico Ana Ferreira

Pico do Arieiro is the second highest peak on Madeira (1'818 m) and the Pico Ana Ferreira is located in the southwest of the island of Porto Santo, this elevation reaches an altitude of 278 metres.

 

 

 

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