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Monte Titano 739 m
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The Monte Titano (Apennine Mountains) is the highest mountain in San Marino. The enclaved microstate, surrounded by Italy, covers an area of 61.2 square kilometres.

There are existing numerous postage stamps of San Marino, depicting the Monte Titano. This section will only show a small sample of existing stamps. 

 

San Marino 1925, Monte Titano.
Definitive series of 12 values.

 

San Marino Monte Titano stamp timbre francobolli issued 1936San Marino Monte Titano stamp timbre francobolli issued overprinted

San Marino 1936, Monte Titano.

 

San Marino Monte Titano stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli

San Marino 1944, Monte Titano.

 

San Marino 1952, Monte Titano.

 

San Marino Monte Titano stamp timbre francobolli issued 1958

San Marino 1958, Views of San Marino.
In the center the Coat of Arms of San Marino.

 

San Marino 1961, Monte Titano.

 

San Marino Monte Titano stamp timbre francobolli issued 1962

San Marino 1962, Monte Titano.
The stamps were issued in the series "Alpinism".

 

San Marino 1990, Monte Titano.

 

mountainstamp.com China Great Wall stamp 1996 issued by San Marino

San Marino 1996, "joint issue with China".
The stamps are showing the Great Wall (China) and the fortress of Guaita on Monte Titano in the Republic of San Marino.
The stamps were issued in sheets and souvenirsheets as well.

 

San Marino 1996, "joint issue with China", souvenirsheet.

 

 

San Marino Monte Titano stamp timbre francobolli issued 2002

San Marino 2002, "International Year of Mountain".
Views of Monte Titano.

 

San Marino Monte Titano stamp timbre francobolli issued 2010

San Marino 2010, "Expo Shanghai".
The miniaturesheet is showing the Great Wall (China) and the fortress of Guaita on the Monte Titano..

 

 

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