Last modified: 2018-12-15 by rob raeside
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Arms and flag adopted in 2007.
"Arms: on a green shield a silver (white) wavy ribbon symbolizing the River Warta, northern border of the commune.
Bottom of the shield is occupied by the golden hill (Złota Góra - elevation 191m) a local landmark symbolizing the tourist reserves of the commune.
Between them are two silver lily flowers symbolizing two parish churches of the commune - one in Krzymów and another in Brzeźno.
The green color underscores the mainly agricultural character of the commune.
Flag: rectangular piece of cloth in the ratio of 5:8 divided into three vertical bands: green-white-green. In the middle of the white band the Arms are placed."
file really says: "three equal vertical bands", but the illustration
shows one band more equal than the other two (let's have another drink).
Chrystian Kretowicz, 18 Nov 2008