On November 25, stamps dedicated to Teriberka were put into postal circulation in the Arctic Tourism series

Arctic tourism in Russia is a section of tourism in the Arctic, which is a physical and geographical region of the Earth adjacent to the North Pole and covering the continental margin in the territorial waters of the Russian Federation in the Arctic Ocean and the dry land area of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation.

Tourist operators of the Russian Federation offer sea cruises, rafting, boating, fishing and hunting, skiing and hiking trails in the Arctic region.

Teriberka is a village in the Murmansk Region on the shore of the Barents Sea. It is famous for its incredible atmospherity and exoticism, an opportunity to taste the fine local cuisine and delight in the endless expanses of tundra, the picturesque northern lights, quaint monuments of the past and wrecks of ships.
Despite the lacking resort infrastructure, this place is regarded one of the most interesting for active recreation and fishing at any time of year. Starting from 2015, Teriberka annually hosts Arctic Festival Teriberka. New Life; since 2017, Open Pomor Festival is held there, as well as environmental campaigns of refuse disposal by volunteers who come from other localities.

The postage stamps feature the village of Teriberka in the Murmansk Region.

In addition to the issue of the postage stamps, JSC Marka produced First Day Covers and special cancels for Moscow, St. Petersburg, Arkhangelsk, Krasnoyarsk, Murmansk, and Penza, as well as illustrated envelopes containing the postage stamps, a label, First Day Covers with cancels for Murmansk and the second emission type: a postal block made with holographic foil.

The second emission type is to be on sale as part of an illustrated cover.

Design: Art. Lebedev Studio; Layout: V. Zatologina.
Face value: 27 rubles; 63 rubles.
Stamp size: 42×30 mm, sheet size: 124×60 mm.
Emission form: a sheet with formatted margins with 2 stamps.
Quantity: 35 thousand each stamp (35 thousand each sheet) - first emission form; 5 thousand sheets - second emission form.

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