The Plitvice Lakes Nationalpark is situated in the mountainous karst region of the Dinaric Alps in Croatia. The 16 lakes are arranged in cascades. The highest waterfalls are the Veliki Slape (large waterfall) at 75 metres and the Galovački buk (Galovac Falls) at 25 metres. The National Park The national park was founded in the year 1949.
Independent State of Croatia 1941, Plitvice Lakes.
Between 1941 and 1945 Bosnia & Herzegovina was part of the Independent State of Croatia (a World War II puppet state of Germany).
Independent State of Croatia 1941, Plitvice Lakes (tête-bêche).
Independent State of Croatia 1942, Plitvice Lakes.
The 1941 issue was issued again in new colour and overprinted.
The stamp is existing:
and also imperforated stamps with missing overprint and imperforated pairs tête-bêche.
Yugoslavia 1951, Plitvice Lakes waterfalls.
Free Territory of Trieste 1951, Plitvice Lakes waterfalls.
The stamps reissued in other colours and overprinted "STT VUJNA".
Vojna Uprava Jugoslovenska Narodna Armija (Free Territory of Trieste).
The Free Territory of Trieste was an independent territory situated between northern Italy and Yugoslavia between 1947 - 1954.
Yugoslavia 1959, Plitvice Lakes waterfalls.
Croatia 1994, Plitvice Lakes waterfalls.
Republic of Serbian Krajina 1994, Plitvice Lakes waterfalls.
Wooden walkway in the valley below the Plitvice Falls.
Grenada 1997, Plivice Lakes.
The stamp was issued in the series "50th Anniversary of Unesco".
Gambia 1997, Plitvice Lakes.
Croatia 2003, "Trilaterale Stamp Exhibition Ticino 2003".
(prestamped postal card)
Croatia 2008, Plitvice waterfalls (issued in booklets).
Gibraltar 2011, Plitvice waterfalls.
Grenada Grenadines 2016, Galovački buk.
The stamp was issued in the series "Waterfalls of the World".