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Stará Ľubovňa city (Slovakia)

Stará Ľubovňa okres, Prešov region

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[Stará Lubovna new flag] by Gunnar Staack, 17 Nov 2000
adopted 1995 See also:

Stará Ľubovňa new flag

New flag adopted in 1995. Image based on Verejná Spravá 11/1999.
Gunnar Staack, 17 Nov 2000

Stará Ľubovňa flag (? - 1995)

Stará L`ubovna flag submitted through Rob Raeside, 3 Aug 1999

Stará Ľubovňa, in Hungarian Ólubló, in German Altlublau, in Polish Stara Lubowla, was a Slovakian (and German (14,1%) - Hungarian (10,3%)) town in Szepes (in Slovakian Spiš, in German Zips) County of Hungary till 1918/1920 (Declaration of Martin). 1920-1939 Czechoslovakian, 1939-1945 Slovakian, and 1945-1992 Czechoslovakian. The town has 13.995 inhabitants (1990 census). It is located in the valley of the Poprad River near the Polish border. The city with other 15 cities and towns had been pledged to King Vladislas, king of Poland by King Sigismund, king of Hungary in 1412 for 37.000 silver groat. 1412-1772 the city was the part of Poland. It was the seat of the pledged territory. In 1772 (the year of the Polish division) the "Sixteen Cities" returned to Hungary.
István Molnár, 7 Sept 2000

Stará Ľubovňa Coat of Arms

Stará L`ubovna Coat of Arms from . (!Link does not work any more!) 

Another Stará Ľubovňa Coat of Arms.

Alternative Stará L`ubovna Coat of Arms from the Stará Ľubovňa website.