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Gendringen [Municipality] (The Netherlands)

Gendringen [Gemeente] (Nederland)

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Gendringen municipality Shipmate Flagchart : http://www.shipmate.nl/flags.htm

 

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Gendringen is an old medieval town in southeast Gelderland at the German border. Just over the border was the castle of the princes of Salm-Salm.

The flag was adopted 27 April 1960 and derived from the municipal CoA. On the CoA are a gander (local name: 'gent') and three rings ('ringen'), canting arms. The rings have been retained on the flag. According to a local legend ganders were originally allowed to graze here and they were ringed as a token of ownership. On that place the town was founded

Jarig Bakker, 24 September 1999






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