Ecuador
Cotopaxi Volcano 5'897 m

Cotopaxi is a volcano located about 28 km in the south of Quito, close to the volcanoes Corazon, Ruminahui and Illiniza.

It is after Chimborazo the second highest summit in the country, reaching a height of 5'897 m.

First Ascent: 1872 Wilhelm Reiss (Germany) and Ángel Escobar (Ecuador).

 

 Ecuador Cotopaxi Volcano stamp

Ecuador 1955, Cotopaxi Volcano.

 

Ecuador Cotopaxi Volcano Mountain stamp Coat of Arms

Ecuador 1962, Coat of Arms of Saquisili and Latacunga of Cotopaxi Province shows Cotopaxi Volcano.

 

Ecuador Cotopaxi Volcano Mountain stamp 2002 Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone 2002, Cotopaxi Volcano., "International Year of Mountains".
The stamp was issued in the miniaturesheet "The International Year of Mountains".

 

Fuji Mountain stamp 2008 Ecuador Cotopaxi Volcano stamp

Ecuador 2003, Cotopaxi Volcano.

 

Ecuador Cotopaxi Volcano stamp 2005

Ecuador 2005, Mountaineers on top of Cotopaxi Volcano.

 

2008 Ecuador Cotopaxi Volcano stamp

Ecuador 2008 Cotopaxi Volcano 5'897 m (Ecuador) and Mount Fuji (Japan) 3'776 m.

 

2009 Ecuador Cotopaxi Volcano Mountain stamp

Ecuador 2009, Cotopaxi Volcano (stamp imperforated from booklet).

 

2010 Ecuador Cotopaxi Volcano Mountain stamp

Ecuador 2010, Cotopaxi Volcano.

 

Ecuador 2012, postal stationery card, Cotopaxi.
It was issued i a series of Series of 12 Postal Stationery Cards.

 

2013 Ecuador Cotopaxi Volcano stamp

Ecuador 2013, Cotopaxi.
The stamp was issued in the series "Active Volcanoes".

 

Ecuador 2015 summit of Cotopaxi stamp

Ecuador 2015, "Like nowhere else • All in one place".
Part of the illustration shows a view from the Cotopaxi glacier up towards the Cotopaxi summit.

 

Ecuador 2016 Cotopaxi volcano stamp issued by Mozambique

Mozambique 2016, Cotopaxi volcano.
The stamp was issued in the series "Volcanoes & Minerals".
(perforated and imperforated)  

 

Ecuador 2016 Cotopaxi volcano stamp issued by Gambia

Gambia 2016, Cotopaxi volcano.
The stamp was issued in the series "Volcanoes".

 

 

 

 

 

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