Saudi Post Issues Stamp to Commemorate 45th Session of UNESCO World Heritage Committee

The Saudi Post issued a commemorative stamp on the occasion of the Kingdom's hosting of the 45th extended session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee. (Ministry of Culture)
The Saudi Post issued a commemorative stamp on the occasion of the Kingdom's hosting of the 45th extended session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee. (Ministry of Culture)
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Saudi Post Issues Stamp to Commemorate 45th Session of UNESCO World Heritage Committee

The Saudi Post issued a commemorative stamp on the occasion of the Kingdom's hosting of the 45th extended session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee. (Ministry of Culture)
The Saudi Post issued a commemorative stamp on the occasion of the Kingdom's hosting of the 45th extended session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee. (Ministry of Culture)

The Saudi Post issued a commemorative stamp to the value of SAR3 on the occasion of the Kingdom's hosting of the 45th extended session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee.

The aim is to highlight the importance of issuing postage stamps in commemorating notable occasions, reported the Saudi Press Agency on Monday.

The 45th UNESCO World Heritage Committee session brings together representatives of 21 states members in the organization. It attests to the Kingdom’s position as a prominent player in hosting prestigious international events, conferences and meetings.

Saudi Post stamps are often issued to commemorate prominent national or international events and occasions, making them an ideal choice for stamp collectors and historians worldwide.



Madinah Invites Visitors and Pilgrims to Explore Its Rich History, Landmarks

"Visit Madinah" offers a wealth of information to enrich visitors' stays. (SPA)
"Visit Madinah" offers a wealth of information to enrich visitors' stays. (SPA)
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Madinah Invites Visitors and Pilgrims to Explore Its Rich History, Landmarks

"Visit Madinah" offers a wealth of information to enrich visitors' stays. (SPA)
"Visit Madinah" offers a wealth of information to enrich visitors' stays. (SPA)

The Madinah Region Development Authority in Saudi Arabia invited visitors and pilgrims who have completed their Hajj rituals to explore the city's rich history and landmarks and experience a variety of enjoyable activities in the city of Madinah.
The official tourism platform "Visit Madinah," launched by Madinah Governor Prince Salman bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz, offers a wealth of information to enrich visitors' stays, the Saudi Press Agency said on Thursday.
Accessible in multiple languages, “Visit Madinah” aims to introduce the city as a key heritage and modern landmark through detailed information.
Presented in an attractive and innovative way, the platform aims to be a reliable digital companion for visitors, enhancing their experience and contributing to the city's development goals outlined in Vision 2030.