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adopted 25 Oct 1990
Description of the flag: Three stripes YRW, over which a blue hoist
triangle. Height and length relationship: 2:3. This flag was designed by
the artist Tonny Ross, who lived and worked in Lobith. The flag is mainly
based on the flag of the former commune Herwen en Aerdt. The abolished
commune Pannerden had no flag. The blue triangle symbolises the location
of the commune Rijnwaarden at the Bovenrijn.
* Tiles refer to the many tile works in the region; the barrier is of course for the frontier which used to be there between the Netherlands and Germany.
Jarig Bakker, 10 May 1999
Flagdescription: seven stripes red - white - red - white - blue - white
- blue, and a yellow hoist-triangle, reaching to 2/5 glaglength, charged
with a red, opened, embattled castle with two round white windows, and
one square white window; in front of the gate a white barrier. Adopted
27 Apr 1972 by municipal resolution.
Source: Derwillem Visser: Gemeentvlaggen en wapens koninkrijk der Nederlanden, 2001.
Herwen en Aerdt was a municipality with 7.600 inhabitants. Settlements: Lobith-Tolkamer (seat), Aerdt, Bijland, Geitenwaard, Geldersche Waard, 's-Gravenwaard, Hank, Herwen, Houberg, Ossenwaard and Spijk.
Jarig Bakker, 19 Sep 2004