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Kolo county (Poland)

Wielkopolskie vojvodship

Last modified: 2002-07-20 by jarig bakker
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Ko這 county flag

[Kolo county flag by Jens Pattke, 13 Jul 2002

Here are the insygnias of Ko這 County in voj. Wielkopolskie. Flag and CoA adopted on 26 Jun 2001
Jens Pattke, 12 Jul 2002

Translation of the Ko這 County's flag and arms resolution:
"Aldermen of the Ko連ki (Ko這) County unanimously voted for the establishment of the CoA and the flag of the County, during the solemn session of the Council on Wednesday, June 26. On the red background there is a white eagle sitting on the golden
wheel and on the sides of it there are two roses. It signifies that Ko連ki (Ko這) County is a part of the Wielkopolskie
Voyvodship.The wheel is taken from the CoA of the City of Ko這, and the roses are coming from the Arms of Poraj, the oldest
symbol associated with the Land of Ko這 and connected to its patron, Saint Bogumil.
The flag of the county is a white rectangle, on which sides are red, vertical stripes.In the center, located is CoA of the County".
KOΜ (with the broken L) meens WHEEL in English.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 12 Jul 2002

Ko這 county CoA

[Kolo county CoA] image from this webpage, reported by Jens Pattke, 12 Jul 2002

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