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Oud-Alblas (The Netherlands)
Graafstroom municipality, Zuid-Holland province
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by Jarig Bakker, 29 Apr 2005
adopted 18 Apr 1977; design: the municipality itself
Oud-Alblas former municipality
Oud-Alblas is a former municipality in Zuid-Holland province, since 1986
part of Graafstroom municipality, a few km north of Papendrecht.
Flag: green with a yellow hoist-triangle, reaching 2/3 flaglength;
the triangle charged with five black lozenges placed into the direction
of flaglength; 3 lozenges in a vertical row at 1/6 flaglength, and 2 in
a vertical row at 11/30 flaglength.
adopted 18 Apr 1977; design: the municipality itself.
Green is for "water", and thus symbolizes the small Alblas-river. The
triangle and lozenges represent the municipal arms.
Source: Vexilla Nostra 17 (123) - 106-109
Oud-Alblas consisted only of the village with the same name, with c.
1500 inhabitants, mostly working in neighbouring Alblasserdam.
Jarig Bakker, 29 Apr 2005
Oud-Alblas Coat of Arms
by Jarig Bakker, 29 Apr 2005, after image in the Koffie Hag-album
Granted 24 Jul 1816
Arms: or, five lozenges noir, placed 3,2.
This is the original arms of the Alblas lordship, known since the 13th