I struggle every year with this theme - I've shown flowers, rabbits and cathedrals before. This time I have chosen stamps containing chapels and churches from Scandinavia and Europe.
|Finland - Lammi Church - 4 March 1956|
The original church was built in 1490/1510. It was initially a Catholic church but converted to Lutheran in the mid 1500s. It's also known as the church of St Catherine of Alexandria.
Le Corbousier was the architect of the chapel on my next stamp from 1965.
|France - Chapelle de Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp|
The building was finished in 1954 and has appeared on a number of stamps of different denominations.
My third stamp shows the national shrine of Bavaria dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
|West Germany - Shrine of Our Lady of|
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