The Wadden Sea National Park – one of the most beautiful national parks in Denmark
FindYourStampsValue.com got to know that Denmark Post has released a series of three stamps dedicated to the Wadden Sea National Park. In its issue Post Danmark focuses on the Wadden Sea National Park as an area of outstanding natural value with its unique bird and animal life. The stamps on this strip depict the Texel sheep and the harbour seal, which are both typical of the area. The issue was released and put into circulation on the 2d of January.
Wadden Sea National Park (Nationalpark Vadehavet) was named a Danish national park on 17 January 2008, starting from 2010. Since June 2014 it contributes the Danish part of the UNESCO's World Heritage of the Wadden Sea. Prince Joachim of Denmark is Patron of the Wadden Sea Centre.
The Wadden Sea National Park is by far the largest of Denmarks national parks and covers the Danish part of the Wadden Sea from Ho Bugt to the German border.