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Slatina (Czech Republic)

Nový Jicín okres, Moravosilesian Region

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[Slatina flag] by Jarig Bakker, 31 Dec 2003
adopted 19 May 1998 See also:

Slatina municipality flag

Slatina is a municipality in Novy Jicin district, Moravosilesian region in Eastern Czechia. The flag is depicted in Petr Exner's Vexilologický Lexikon prapory obcí ČR (1998); Flag adopted 19 May 1998.
This Slatina is not to be confused with Slatina in Litomerice, and the one in the agglomeration of Brno.
There is a small coat of arms at this website - described as:
"Zlato-červeně dělený štít, nahoře horní polovina slezské orlice, dole dvě zkřížené sekery nad radlicí, vše stříbrné."
The same site described the flag as:
"Prapor obdélníkového tvaru: Zlato-červeně dělený štít, nahoře horní polovina slezské orlice, dole dvě zkřížené sekery nad radlicí, vše stříbrné."
Three vertical stripes of black - red - white, proportioned 2:9:9; on red two axes in saltire over a plough-iron, all white. (the description on the site differs from the one in VexLex - it seems to include the Silesian eagle from the coat of arms)
Jarig Bakker, 31 Dec 2003

Slatina coat of arms

[Slatina coat of arms] from this website.