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Sulęcin district (Poland)

Sulęcin county, Lubuskie voivodship

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[Sulecin city flag] image by Jarig Bakker, 11 Jun 2002 See also:

Sulęcin district flag

Sulecin is the seat of Sulecin county, Lubuskie voivodship; a photo of the flag is at this website - a white bedsheet with the Coat of Arms in the center; on the flag the shield color is blue, while the Coat of Arms on that webpage has a black background.
The German name was Zielenzig; Ralf Hartemink's explanation:
"The arms show a Paschal Lamb (Agnus Dei), the symbol of St. John. The city was a possession of the Knights of St. John from 1350-1810. The municipality uses the arms both with and without the green ground in the base of the shield."
The town and municipality of Sulęcin has, 31 March 2006, 16603 inhabitants, 10310 of whom live in Sulęcin. The territory and borders of the municipality of Sulęcin have remained unchanged since the year 1975, when the administrative division of Poland was carried out. The municipality is composed of the town of Sulęcin, 14 villages and the town of Wędrzyn.
Jarig Bakker, 11 Jun 2002

It's a white lamb on a black shield on a white bedsheet. The lighting on the photo must have been off...
Jens Pattke, 11 Jun 2002

Sulęcin Coat of Arms

[Sulecin coat of arms] image from this website.