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Imst, Tirol (Austria)

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[Imst] by M. Schmöger, 30 October 2009

Name of municipality: Imst
Status: Stadtgemeinde (town)
Land (state): Tirol (Tyrol)
Bezirk (district): Imst
Description of arms (German): Ein gespaltener Schild, rechts rot-silbern-rot geteilt, links in Silber ein rotes Tatzenkreuz. [1]
Blazoning of arms (English): Per pale: dexter Gules, a fess Argent; sinister Argent a cross patty Gules.
Adoption date of arms: first attested 1610, confirmed 6 November 1898
Description of flag: white with twice the city logo (containing the arms) and the URL [2], although the municipal colours officially granted are red-white [1];
white-red according to [3]
Adoption date of flag: (?)
Sources: [1] [kfb95]
[2] photo by M. Schmöger, 26 October 2009
[3] list of Austrian municipal colours, by Jan Miller, 18 February 1965/ 16 April 1965/ 24 June 1965 (archive Arnold Rabbow)

M. Schmöger, 30 October 2009 / 18 December 2009
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