The €0.26 stamp features the church of Saint John the Baptist, commonly known as the Xewkija Rotunda. This Roman Catholic Church in Gozo was built in the 20th century on the site of a previous 17th century church and is reputedly the world’s third highest unsupported dome. Photography by Camille CassarThe €0.42 stamp features, Għajn Tuffieħa Bay near Manikata village. The bay is located in the northwest coast of Malta and considered as one of the main bathing sites. Photography by Martin GaleaThe €0.59 stamp features the Gozo Aqueduct, also known as ‘tal-Ħammimiet’, was built during the British Rule between 1839 and 1843. It covered a distance of 2 kilometres and supplied fresh water, from the heights of Għar Ilma to Victoria, the main town of Gozo.  Photography by Darren Vella.

The €1.25 stamp features Dwejra Bay, located in the northwestern end of Gozo. It is well known for its dramatic coastal formation, its shallow inland sea and is a foremost tourist attraction. Photography by Norbert Juhasz.

The stamps will be issued in sheets of 10 stamps with each stamp measuring 44mm x 31mm, and a perforation of 13.9x 14.0 (comb) bearing the Maltese Cross watermark.

Date of Release: 27th July 2018

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