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Pabrade (Vilnius, Lithuania)

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image by Virginijus Misiunas, 30 December 2009



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Pabrade (Svencionys District) - on a silver field a wavy blue double bar and narrow black double sinister bend, on crossing the line of the bar and bend five small silver circles, above and below two red stylized falcons. Flag proportions 10:11, finial is a silver tip. The blue bar represents the Zeimena River, the bend and circles refer to the road and ford so symbolizing the name of town: "pabrade" means "place at ford" in Lithuanian. The falcons mean past hunting territories, also as the symbol of a warrior they refer to military objects (e.g. the artillery range) in the environs.
Virginijus Misiunas, 30 December 2009