Friday, 11 September 2015

Kuwait: Scenery Cards

Some days ago, I received my first cards from Kuwait. Kuwait is situated in the northern edge of Eastern Arabia at the tip of the Persian Gulf, it shares borders with Iraq and Saudi Arabia. In summer, average daily high temperatures range from 42 to 48 °C (107.6 to 118.4 °F); the highest ever temperature recorded in Kuwait was 53.8 °C (128.8 °F) at Sulaibya on July 31, 2012 which is the highest recorded temperature in Asia and also the third highest in the world.

First Card:



Stamps:
left: Jerusalem - Capital of Arab Culture (from a set of two) - Issued:26-03-2010
right: Anti-landmine Campaign (from a set of three) - Issued: 02-08-1998


Second Card:


 
Stamps:
from the left:
Children's Drawings - International Autism Conference (from a set of eight) - Issued: 11-11-2014
Womens Sport (from a set of six) - Issued: 05-03-2008
Children's Drawings - International Autism Conference (from a set of eight) - Issued: 11-11-2014

Thanks to Huda for these great cards!

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