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Radnice, Czech Republic

Rokycany okres, Plzensky kraj

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Radnice municipality flag

[Radnice municipality flag] by Blas Delgado Ortiz, 19 Jun 2001, after image by Petr Exner; flag adopted 15 Jul 1993

Radnice Town, District Rokycany. Population 1.719. Old settlement, since 1336 market. Radnice promoted to town status in
April  17, 1570 by Emperor Maxmilian II. The town  used to bear in its seal the Rosenberg Arms with rose.
Ales Krizan, 11 Sep 2001

Radnice CoA

[Radnice Coat of Arms] image at this website, reported by Ales Krizan, 11 Sep 2001

The description of the Arms: Argent A Rose of five petals Gules, Buttoned Or, barbed Vert. The rose is  depicted with double "circle" of petals (it is five inside and five outside) and  with one outer petal upwards.
Ales Krizan, 11 Sep 2001

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