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LWOWEK SLASKI City - LWOWEK SLASKI County - DOLNOSLASKIE Voivodship
Old German Name: Lowenberg
At this site I found a pretty clear and disarmingly simple description:
"The flag is of three horizontal bands. From top - yellow - white - light blue"
Chrystian Kretowicz, 6 Dec 2002
Gryfów Śląski: in Lwówek Śląski county, formerly in the Jelenia Góra
(now part of Lower Silesia) region, in the Izerian Mountains, on the Kwisa
river. In 1996 there were 11.160 inhabitants. Founded in the 13th century,
in Poland since WW2. German name: Greiffenberg in Schlesien. In 1996, historical
colours of the Upper Lusatia (blue-yellow) were adopted by the community.
Gwidon S. Naskrent, 6 Sept 2000
MIRSK town and commune - LWOWEK County - DOLNOSLASKIE Voivodship
Old German name: Friedeberg am Queis
This site describes the flag thus:
"Colors of the commune are: blue, white and green. The flag is a rectangular piece of cloth divided into three equal horizontal bands in the colors of the commune."
It looks to me as they've got some discounted flags in Freetown and decided to fly them upside down.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 3 Dec 2002