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Sázava u Lanskrouna (Czech Republic)

Usti nad Orlici okres, Pardubice region

Last modified: 2002-08-09 by jarig bakker
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Sázava u Lanškrouna flag

[Sázava u Lanskrouna flag] by Blas Delgado Ortiz, 1 Aug 2002

Weird colors of the flag of Sázava u Lanskrouna (Sazava near Lanskroun), in Usti nad Orlici district, Czechia at this webspage.
Description: vertically divided blue - red, and on the blue field a yellow plant, named "vykorenenym". Flag approved 27 Mar 2002.
Jarig Bakker, 6 Jul 2002

"Kořen" is root. The yellow plant is the foil of the water-lily with "roots removed from earth" = "vykořeněný", eradicated. This figure is called "lekno" in czech heraldry (water-lily is in Czech "leknín").
Petr Exner, 9 Jul 2002

Sázava u Lanškrouna CoA

[Sázava u Lanskrouna CoA] image from this webspage, reported by Jarig Bakker, 6 Jul 2002

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