Oman Post Unveils Tourism Stamp Collection at ITB Berlin

Oman Post Unveils Tourism Stamp Collection at ITB Berlin

Berlin, The Gulf Observer: Oman Post, a distinguished affiliate of the Asyad Group, proudly presented a captivating series of stamps featuring the most significant tourism sites from various governorates across the Sultanate of Oman. The exclusive stamp collection was launched at a prestigious ceremony held at the Oman Pavilion during ITB Berlin, and the event was held under the distinguished auspices of Haitham Mohammed Al Ghassani, the Director-General of Tourism Promotion at the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism.

The unveiling ceremony showcased the rich cultural and natural diversity of Oman’s tourism landscape, depicted through intricately designed stamps that pay homage to key landmarks in different governorates. The selected tourism sites include the awe-inspiring Empty Quarter Desert, the Barr Al Hakman peninsula in the Wilayat of Mahout, the iconic Burj Al Seera tower in the Wilayat of Quriyat, the serene Sharbatat Beach in the Wilayat of Shalim, and the picturesque Al Halaniyat Islands. Additionally, the stamps feature the enchanting Ain Kur waterfalls in the Wilayat of Salalah and the charming Misfat Al Abriyeen tourist village in the Wilayat of Al Hamra.

The initiative to commemorate these tourism gems through postage stamps not only showcases Oman’s commitment to promoting its unique cultural and natural heritage but also serves as a testament to the nation’s dedication to tourism promotion on the global stage.

The Oman Pavilion at ITB Berlin served as an ideal backdrop for the launch, creating a platform where international visitors and enthusiasts could marvel at the beauty encapsulated in these stamps. The Director-General of Tourism Promotion, Haitham Mohammed Al Ghassani, expressed his appreciation for the collaboration between Oman Post and ITB Berlin, emphasizing the significance of such initiatives in raising awareness about Oman’s diverse tourism offerings.

This artistic portrayal of Oman’s tourism landmarks through commemorative stamps reflects a broader commitment to fostering cultural exchange, tourism, and international collaboration. The stamps will undoubtedly serve as cherished collectibles, bridging cultures and promoting Oman’s extraordinary attractions to a global audience.