Commemorative stamps honouring Emirati almond fruit are released by Emirates Post Group
Emirates Post Group unveiled a line of distinctive stamps that honour the prized Emirati almond fruit. This programme aims to raise public knowledge of regional, agricultural, and natural resources and their importance for future generations. The almond fruit resonates beyond generations and is woven into the very fabric of the community.
The stamps, which drew inspiration from the UAE's beautiful surroundings, depict the essence of the famous Emirati Almond Tree, a semi-green wonder that grows in many different regions of the nation. Its unusual shape, which includes a trunk that may reach heights of up to 10 metres and branches that elegantly spread out to provide roomy havens of shade, reflects the harmony between nature and tradition. The Emirati almond, a gourmet pleasure, is well known for its excellent flavour and finds use in both traditional Emirati cuisine and traditional medical practises. The kernel, which resembles a nut, has a special place in people's hearts.
"The release of these commemorative stamps underscores our unwavering commitment to safeguarding the UAE's environment and cultural legacy," stated Abdulla Mohammed Alashram, Group CEO of Emirates Post Group. These stamps highlight the importance of keeping documentation of the fruit's historical significance in our heritage while also capturing the aesthetic splendour of our surroundings and the symbolic meaning that the Emirati almond fruit bears.
The painstakingly created stamps capture the profound significance found in the UAE's cultural fabric. Beyond their cultural significance, these stamps represent a dedication to protecting the environment, promoting sustainability, and conserving the nation's history.
This programme demonstrates the Emirates Post Group's commitment to using commemorative stamps as a potent tool for promoting awareness of the UAE's abundant natural resources, showcasing the nation's cultural heritage, and striking a healthy balance between development and environmental preservation.