On 15 September 2020 issued a minisheet of 6 lighthouse stamps similar to the two issued in 2009 and 2010.
Yevpatoriya L/H is located on the Crimean Peninsula near the seaport of the same name and is the tallest lighthouse on the Black Sea. It is a relatively new lighthouse having been replace after being damaged during WWII.
Biryuchiy L/H is located in the northwestern part of the Sea of Azov near the end of a long, narrow spit of land. It dates from 1882 but, again, was damaged during WWII and was not in service for several years following.
Il’inskiy L/H is located on the Crimean Peninsula near the port city of Feodosiya and dates from 1953 when it was built to replace a former one destroyed during WWII.
Stanislav-Adzhigol’skiy Range Rear L/H is a striking red skeleton tower which in conjunction with a similar but shorter front range light mark one of the approach channels to the Dnipro River in the northern Black Sea east of Odessa.
Meganom L/H is located near the port of Sudak in the eastern Crimean Peninsula. It was built in 1895 but like most of the other lighthouses pictured on this sheet was damaged during WWII and out of service for a period of time.
Zmiinyi L/H is located on Snake Island east of the Danube River Delta. The island has been under control of many countries over the years including Turkey, Russia, USSR, Romania and Ukraine. It was built in 1846. Sadly, it was also damaged during WWII and had to be restored.
Thanks to Jaap for bringing this sheet to our attention.
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