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Dreischor (The Netherlands)
Schouwen-Duiveland municipality, Zeeland province
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Adopted 7 Apr 1954
Dreischor former municipality
Descriptionof the flag: blue, with a left-diagonal white stripe with three
green horizontal oval fields, distributed evenly.
Adopted 7 Apr 1954; the ovals symbolize the three "schorren"
(muddy flats) Beldert, Maye, and Sirjansland. Dreischor was a municipality
in the northwestern corner of Schouwen-Duiveland, with c. 1000 inhabitants.
In 1961 it became part of Brouwershaven. Since 1 Jan 1997 it is part of
the municipality of Schouwen-Duiveland.
Dreischor Coat of Arms
by Jarig Bakker, 30 Jun 2004, after image in the Koffie Hag-Album.
Granted 31 Jul 1817
Description: In blue three silver sheep passant, each on a green terrace.
The municipality consists of the three muddy flats Beldert, Maye, and
Sirjansland. Each of the muddy flats is symbolized by a green terrace,
on which a sheep.