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Bechyne, Czech Republic

Tábor okres, South Bohemian Region

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Bechyně city flag

[flag of Bechyne] by Ivan Sache, 3 July 2000, after image from this site, reported by Jarig Bakker, 01 July 2000

The town of Bechyně is situated in the picturesque countryside over the river Lužnice. In the past it belonged to the oldest administrative centres and included a considerable part of South Bohemia with the residence of the archdeaconry as early as the beginning of the Middle Ages. The Bechyně owner`s coat of arms reminds you of the old symbol of South Bohemia - cinquefoil rose, the crest of Petr Vok - the last Rosenberg regent. In 1998 the town had 6124 inhabitants. (info from this site)
Jarig Bakker, 1 July 2000 

Bechyně city CoA

[Bechyne Coat of Arms] image from this site, reported by Jarig Bakker, 1 July 2000

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