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Spain - Tourism Issue 2015 (Sheetlet of 50)
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Country
Spain
Type
Stamp (Sheet)
Class
Special Issue
Front Inscription
TURISMO €0,90 CORREOS
ESPAÑA
SPAIN • ESPAGNE • SPANIEN

RCM-FNMT 2015
Overprint
ñ
Face Value
90 centimos
Issued Date
02/01/2015
Printer
RCM-FNMT (Real Casa de la Moneda - Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre)
Printing Method
Offset
Gum
Self-Adhesive
Dimension
35 × 24.5 mm
Perforation Type
Die-cutting
IN COLLECTION CONDITION
Preliminary
Normal
Condition
Mint Never Hinged - Extra Fine
Spain - Tourism Issue 2015 (Sheetlet of 50)
90 centimos was a new postage rate for Europe, which was a big increase from 75 centimos.

TOURISM

Two new stamps are in circulation in the Tourism series, with designs depicting some of Spain's tourist attractions. Aspects such as Spain's art, culture, cuisine, climate and heritage fiestas offer a wide range of options which have made this country one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. 

Since Spain's tourism boom began in the 1960s, mainly thanks to increased spending power among Europe's middle classes and improved infrastructure in Spain, the tourism industry has grown to become one of the biggest drivers of the country's economy. Tourism professionals and official institutions both contributed to this expansion, in which the Spanish Tourism Institute (Turespaña) had an important role. This national body promotes Spain as a tourist destination around the world, with a network of 33 Tourism Offices abroad which work to raise the country's profile. 
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