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Noordenveld (The Netherlands)

Drenthe province

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Noorderveld Flag Shipmate Flagchart :
adopted 19 October 2000. Other Noordenveld pages: See also:

Noordenveld municipality

Number of inhabitants (1 Jan 2003): 31.938; area: 202,00 km². Settlements: Roden (seat), Altena, Alteveer, Een, Een-West, Foxwolde, Huis ter Heide, Langelo, Leutingewolde, Lieveren, Matsloot, Nietap, Nieuw-Roden, Norg, Peest, Peize, Peizermade, Peizerwold, Roderesch, Roderwolde, Sandebuur, Steenbergen, Terheijl, Veenhuizen, Westervelde, Zuidvelde
Noordenveld is a merger of the former municipalities of Roden, Peize and Norg on 1 Jan 1998
The municipality has adopted a flag on 19 October 2000.
Description: two stripes lengthwise proportioned 2:21; the first stripe with seven equally wide horizontal stripes of black and white; the second stripe: two equally wide horizontal stripes of green and yellow, with in the center of the stripes a clover-leaf of 7/10 flagheight, countercharged.
Franc Van Diest,  24 February 2001.

Noorderveld Coat of Arms

Noorderveld Coa image from the Noordenveld municipal site.

Granted 25 Jun 1999.