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Jemnice (Czech Republic)

Trebíc okres, Vysocina region

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[Jemnice flag] by Jarig Bakker, 30 Dec 2003
adopted 13 Nov 2002 See also:

Jemnice municipality flag

Jemnice (German: Jamnitz) is a town in Trebic district, Vysocina region in SE Czechia. The town has about 4.000 inhabitants. At this website is its coat of arms, which apparently has little relationship to the flag, as depicted in Petr Exner's Vexilologický Lexikon prapory obcí ČR (2002): quarterly divided in white and blue, with in the center three vertical stripes YNY proportioned 1:2:1. Flag adopted 13 Nov 2002.
The coat of arms is: blue with a white castlewall with two towers; between the towers an eagle chequy red and white, armed or.
Jarig Bakker, 30 Dec 2003

Jemnice coat of arms

[Jemnice coat of arms] from this website.