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Seal Inland Road of the Basque Country and La Rioja


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In 2021 we launched our new card on the Northern Roads. In this case, the one that contains the stamps dedicated to the Inner Way of the Basque Country and La Rioja.

Also called the Bayonne Route, basque Jacobean Route or Basque Way of The Interior, it was one of the most important itineraries in the Middle Ages. It was an alternative that European pilgrims chose, to be able to reach Santiago avoiding the siege of the barbarians on the Camino del Norte, and the barbarians on the French Way. In this way this itinerary emerged, which crosses Guipúzcoa and Álava and crosses La Rioja, until joining the French Way.

This is the last of the four stamp cards dedicated to the Roads of the North Peninsular. The Northern Peninsular Roads are four routes that add up to 1,499 km to the 800 km of the French Way and that extend through the autonomous communities of the Basque Country, La Rioja, Cantabria, Asturias and Galicia.

This card illustrates the stages corresponding to the towns of Irún (Guipuzkoa), Vitoria-Gasteiz (Araba/Álava), La Puebla de Arganzón (Burgos) and Santo Domingo de la Calzada (La Rioja).

 

Product Philately Correos

Printing: Offset

Size: 35 x 24.5 mm (each seal). 166 x 63 mm (card not folded)

Card effects: 8 sticky stamps (2 of each motif)

Postal value of the stamps: 2 stamps of Tarifa A2: Irún (Guipuzkoa), Vitoria-Gasteiz (Araba/Álava) and 2 stamps of Tarifa A: La Puebla de Arganzón (Burgos) and Santo Domingo de la Calzada (La Rioja)

Publication Date: March 29, 2021

Circulation: 140,000 cards

Product exempt from VAT.

 

What does Tarifa A mean?

Tariff A is intended for domestic shipments, it is valid for any standardized letter shipment with origin and destination anywhere in Spain.

 

What does Tarifa A2 mean?

The A2 Tariff is intended for national shipments of ordinary correspondence, from 20 to 50gr. and 20gr. without normalizing. It is valid for any shipment of these characteristics and with origin and destination any point of Spain.

 

What is the difference between rate A and rate A2?

The A rate is intended for domestic shipments of standardized letter, up to 20gr.
The A2 rate is intended for domestic shipments of non-standardized letter, and letter from 20 to 50gr.

6 €

Description

In 2021 we launched our new card on the Northern Roads. In this case, the one that contains the stamps dedicated to the Inner Way of the Basque Country and La Rioja.

Also called the Bayonne Route, basque Jacobean Route or Basque Way of The Interior, it was one of the most important itineraries in the Middle Ages. It was an alternative that European pilgrims chose, to be able to reach Santiago avoiding the siege of the barbarians on the Camino del Norte, and the barbarians on the French Way. In this way this itinerary emerged, which crosses Guipúzcoa and Álava and crosses La Rioja, until joining the French Way.

This is the last of the four stamp cards dedicated to the Roads of the North Peninsular. The Northern Peninsular Roads are four routes that add up to 1,499 km to the 800 km of the French Way and that extend through the autonomous communities of the Basque Country, La Rioja, Cantabria, Asturias and Galicia.

This card illustrates the stages corresponding to the towns of Irún (Guipuzkoa), Vitoria-Gasteiz (Araba/Álava), La Puebla de Arganzón (Burgos) and Santo Domingo de la Calzada (La Rioja).

 

Product Philately Correos

Printing: Offset

Size: 35 x 24.5 mm (each seal). 166 x 63 mm (card not folded)

Card effects: 8 sticky stamps (2 of each motif)

Postal value of the stamps: 2 stamps of Tarifa A2: Irún (Guipuzkoa), Vitoria-Gasteiz (Araba/Álava) and 2 stamps of Tarifa A: La Puebla de Arganzón (Burgos) and Santo Domingo de la Calzada (La Rioja)

Publication Date: March 29, 2021

Circulation: 140,000 cards

Product exempt from VAT.

 

What does Tarifa A mean?

Tariff A is intended for domestic shipments, it is valid for any standardized letter shipment with origin and destination anywhere in Spain.

 

What does Tarifa A2 mean?

The A2 Tariff is intended for national shipments of ordinary correspondence, from 20 to 50gr. and 20gr. without normalizing. It is valid for any shipment of these characteristics and with origin and destination any point of Spain.

 

What is the difference between rate A and rate A2?

The A rate is intended for domestic shipments of standardized letter, up to 20gr.
The A2 rate is intended for domestic shipments of non-standardized letter, and letter from 20 to 50gr.

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