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Geological Locality Šomoška Issue number
374
Date of issue
21.04.2006
Face value
35.00 Sk

The range of geological processes over different geological eras resulted in the formation of a wide range of rocks in Slovakia. The mutual action of often opposing phenomena (such as accumulation/removal and redistribution of rock masses, alternation of sea and land) due to climatic changes resulted in many unique natural formations, many of which are now legally protected. One of the most remarkable geological areas is the theme of this Slovak postage stamp. It is world-renown for its 300 types of fossil: Sandberg (– from the German ‘sand hill’). It is situated in the National Nature Reservation of Devínska Kobyla, in...

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