Tourism issue by Israel Post

Israel is a touristic wonder with great potential. The combination of religion and history alongside culture and modernity makes this country a unique and attractive destination for diverse audiences from around the world.

Israel Post is issuing three stamp sheets dedicated to tourism.

The sheets are being issued with wide selvages displaying a complementary design motif.

The Sea of Galilee, NIS 4.20

This stamp features a view from the Mount of Beatitudes, located to the north-west of the Sea of Galilee, toward Tabgha and the Church of the Primacy of Peter. Photo: Hanan Dorfzan. The sheet selvage features a panoramic view from the Mount Arbel area toward the Sea of Galilee, Ginosar beach, Tiberias and the southern Golan Heights. Photo: Dafna Tal.

Jerusalem, NIS 6.00

This stamp features the Tower of David and part of the Old City Wall. Photo: Meir Eshel. The sheet selvage features a portion of the Western Wall. Photo: Shutterstock.

Eilat, NIS 6.10

This stamp features an underwater scene with a Red Sea clownfish (Amphiprion bicinctus) at the center. Photo: Shutterstock. The sheet selvage features an underwater scene from the Eilat shore, a diver near red coral. Photo: Shutterstock.

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