Last modified: 2002-02-07 by jarig bakker
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The flag was adopted 10 May 1999 after a design competition. CoA in
the centre, based on information from this
webpage. Tatry or Tatrzanski county is in Malopolskie vojvodship,
county seat: Zakopane (one of the few counties with a differing name for
county and county seat).
J. J. Anderson, 29 Jan 2002
Here is a translation of the law on the flag of Powiat Tatrzanski:
"In the center is an image of Our Lady of Jaworzyn from Wiktorowek, Queen of the Tatras, superimposed on the stylized highlanders' folk-art. All of it is placed on white background between two vertical green bands"
Not mentioned is a background behind the image of Our Lady - the mountain range featuring the peak of Giewont with the cross.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 29 Jan 2002
I wrote to the Tatry county office, but so far have not received any
response. I have a suspicion or hypothesis. The succession of stripes,
because of the huge CoA, is probably 1:2:1. Big CoAs with 3/4 flagheight
are at present characteristic for Polish vexillology. The vertical division
1:2:1 does occur frequently. When I get an answer from Tatry I'll let you
Jens Pattke, 30 Jan 2002