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-> Saarland (Saarbrücken)
Luxemburg
-> Remich
-> Flughafen Luxemburg
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Wales
-> Pembroke
-> Bosherston
-> Hafen von Fishguard
Irland (Übersicht)
-> Irische Küste bei Rosslare
-> Fähre Fishguard (Wales) -> Rosslare (Irland)
Irland Südwest
-> Der Ring of Kerry
Irland West
-> Die Cliffs of Moher
-> Bunratty Castle
Irland Nord
-> Cliffs of Teelin
-> Sligo (Darty Mountains)
Nordirland
-> Giant`s Causeway
-> Glens of Antrim
-> Derry (Londonderry)
Schottland (Übersicht)
-> Fähre von Larne (Nordirland) - North Channel -> Cairnryan (Schottland)
Schottland
-> Loch Lomond
-> Ben Nevis (Grampian Mountains)
-> Loch Ness
Schottland
-> John O` Groats
-> Northwest Highlands

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Die Briefmarken von 1995

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Titisee, Hochschwarzwald

© KNAB-Verlag, D-7745 Schonach

Westende
Greetings from Westende

© a. van mieghem - B.8400 Oostende
tel.: 059/70.86.22

Land’s End
England’s most south-westerly point, with its great cliffs, picturesque little villages and vivid colouring holds a fascination over everyone. The sunsets here are particularly beautiful. A treasure of wild flowers and rare birds are here for the nature lover, and those of literary taste can study the folklore and legends, whilst in the summer Shakespearean productions are held out of doors. A notable spot is England’s
“First and Last House”.

© Published by John Hinde (U.K.) Ltd.
Redruth, Cornwall. Printed in Ireland.

Somerset and Avon

© Salmon Ltd., Sevenoaks, Kent
Printed in England

The Skelligs
The “beehive” cells of Skellig Michaels’ early-christian monastery looks out upon a timeless scene of Small Skellig, Fionan’s Bay, and Kerry’s Iveragh peninsula.

© Insight Cards Limited, Crescent Road,
Rogerstown, Rush, CO. Dublin, Ireland
Photography: Des Lavelle

Ayr, Scotland
Greetings from Ayr

© Photographer: Dennis Photographics
Printed & Published by
E.T.W. Dennis & Sons Ltd., Scarborough

Kylesku Bridge, Sutherland

© Photography by W.A. Neate
Published by J. Arthur Dixon Ltd.
Printed in Great Britain

Folkestone, East Kent, England

© Salmon Ltd., Sevenoaks, Kent
Printed in England

Remich
L’Esplanade - La Moselle

© Edit. Thill, S.A., Bruxelles Tel. 344.92.40

Tower Bridge, London
Tower Bridge was built in 1886-94. Its Gothic towers are a stone skin clothing the steel structure which carries the bridge mechanism. It has never failed to open the two 1000 ton bascules in 90 secs. and road traffic must give way. The high pedestrian walk was permanently closed 50 years ago because it was much used by suicides.

© Photography by Andy Williams (0483-572778)
Printed in Great Britain by ARTHUR DIXON

Broadhaven Beach
Bosherston

© Pembrokeshire Eye Postcards, Port Lion
Haverwestford
Printed by Haven Colourprint. Pembroke Dock

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
These majestic cliffs, among the most magnificent stretches of cliff scenery in these islands, front the Atlantic to a height of nearly 200 m and extend for a distance of 8 km from Hag’s Head due west of Liscannor to a point beyond O’Brian’s Tower. They take their name from a ruined promontory fort, Mothar, which was demolished during the Napoleonic wars to make room for a signal tower.

© Photography: Peter O’Toole
Printed and Published in Ireland
by John Hinde Ltd.

Pass of Glencoe

© Exclusive Card Co., 17 New Broompark
Edinburgh EH5 1RS, Printed in Scotland
Photograph: Paul Guy

Edinburgh Castle
and Art Galleries

© Exclusive Card Co., 17 New Broompark
Edinburgh EH5 1RS, Printed in Scotland
Photograph: David Morrison

Le Cateau
Statue du Maréchal Mortier
Buste d’Henri Matisse
Place du Commandant Richez
Jardin Fénelon

© Editions Mage - 19, rue Albert Einstein
Z.I. du Coudray, 93591 Le Blanc-Mesnil Cedex

Camping Grimbergen
Veldkantstraat 64, 1850 Grimbergen
Tel.: 02 2692597

© druk rassaert

Big Ben, London

© Whiteway Publications Ltd.
Unit 14, Victoria Ind. Est., London, W3 6UU
Printed in England

Wexford, Ireland
Wexford town is picturesquely situated where the river Slaney enters Wexford Harbour. An ancient place of narrow winding streets, it is also a thriving business town. The annual Wexford Festival attracts many operatic and musical enthusiasts to the town. On the map of Ptolemy the geographer (2nd century A.D.) the site of Wexford is marked “Menapia”. The modern anglicised form of Wexford is from “Waesfjord” (the seawashed town) the name given to the place by the vikings.

© Printed and Published by John Hinde Limited,
Cabinteely, Dublin 18, Ireland

Portrush, Co. Antrim
Portrush with its twin arms of golden sands and championship golf course is an invigorating seaside holiday resort with exellent safe bathing along its three miles of sandy beach. The east strand stretches to the famous White Rocks where the cliffs are broken into many lovely shapes and caves with intriguing names like - The Wishing Arch, The Devil’s Punchbowl, The Giant’s Head, The Lion’s Paw and the Priest’s Hole. An established favourite for holidaymakers from all over Britain.

© Photography: Peter O’Toole
Printed in Ireland by John Hinde Ltd.

John O’ Groats, Scotland
John O’ Groats House Hotel
The Last House
The Stacks of Duncansby from the south
John O’ Groats, situated in the extreme North of the Britsh Isles, derives its name from a Dutchman, John de Groot who is said to have run the Orkney ferry with his two brothers in the 15th century. They charged 4d a trip. This denomination later became known as a Groat.
The site of the octagonal house built by John de Groot for the eight descendants and joint owners of the estate is marked by a mound and flagpole.In 1875 a hotel with an octagonal tower was built beside it.

© Printed in Great Britain
by J. Arthur Dixon

Sherwood Forest Caravan Park
Nr Edwinstowe, Mansfield
Nottinghamshire NG21 9HW

© JDS Postcards 0636 815524

Metz (Moselle)
C’est chouette
Le plan d’eau et la Cathédrale
(See und Kathedrale)

© Editions Mage - 19, rue Albert Einstein
Z.I. du Coudray, 93591 Le Blanc-Mesnil Cedex

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