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Kisela-voda (Municipality, City of Skopje, Macedonia)

Last modified: 2002-12-28 by ivan sache
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[Flag of Kisela-voda]by Ivan Sache
Tentative image.

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Description of the flag

1:2 red flag with the municipal emblem in canton.
The emblem shows a landscape with a river, a moutain, a yellow field, a green field, a factory, a Byzantine church, a fort on a hill etc. The city name is written in the sky.

WARNING: My image is only approximate. It seems that the image on the source website has something written in yellow above the shield and maybe a yellow scroll below it. The shield has a more classical shape, too.

Source: Ministry of Local Self-Government website

Ivan Sache, 16 February 2002

I would try guessing that above the shield is written OPCTINA and below in arc KISELA VODA. That would make the name apears twice, though...

The name of the city means literally "Acid Water", but more correctly translates as "Mineral Water".

Zeljko Heimer, 16 February 2002