Worldwide Postage Covers: GUYANA

This is my initial envelope from Guyana, illustrating a small piece commemorating the 50th Anniversary of UNESCO. The small sheet displays an image of the Mount Tai (also known as Mount Taishan in Chinese), a mountain with historical and cultural importance situated to the north of Tai’an city. It stands as the highest spot in Shandong province, China. The topmost summit is the Jade Emperor Peak, typically recognized as 1,545 meters in height. Mount Tai is recognized as the eastern mountain of the Sacred Mountains of China. It is linked with daybreak, inception, and rebirth, and is often considered the principal one among the five. Mount Tai has been an object of adulation for around 3,000 years and has functioned as one of China’s most vital ceremonial hubs over significant durations of this epoch. Owing to its sacred significance and striking scenery, it was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.

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