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Radenci (Municipality, Slovenia)

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[Flag of Radenci]       [Vertical flag of Radenci]

Flag of Radenci, horizontal and vertical versions - Images by Željko Heimer, 15 May 2006

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Presentation of Radenci

The municipality of Radenci is well known for the mineral water sources and spa. It is so well known that the name of the mineral water (adjective form of the community name - Radenska) was a general usual name for mineral water probably in the whole former Yugoslavia. The symbol of the mineral water are three red hearts, but that commercial symbol was not used in the municipal symbols.

Željko Heimer, 7 February 2000

Municipal flag of Radenci

The coat of arms and the flag of Radenci are prescribed by Decision Odlok o grbu in zastavi Občine Radenci, adopted on 10 May 1997, signed on 13 May, and published in the official Slovene gazette Uradni list Republike Slovenije, nr. 31, 30 May 1997, pp. 2818-20, with effect on 13 June 1997.

Article 10. The flag of the Municipality of Radenci is yellow and green, with the coat of arms axially set in both fields. The ratio of the height V against length L (V:L) is 1:2, so that the flag field is divided into yellow upper and green lower field, so that each of the two is 50% of total flag width.[...] In case of horizontal hoisting, the flag is made so that it is turned rectangularly on the horizontal line. [...] The coat of arms is turned right when the flag is hoisted on it first edge on vertical line. [...]

Željko Heimer, 7 February 2000

Coat of arms of Radenci

[Coat of arms of Radenci]

Coat of arms of Randeci - Image by Željko Heimer, 15 May 2006

Article 6. The coat of arms of the municipality is in shape of shield with semicircular lower part.
Description: the outline is silver, the field divided vertically in green and yellow fields.
In the vertical axis are set three shapes representing sources of mineral water and hills. The shapes are in lower part in rectangular shape, which in top are ended with semicircular arc turned downwards and outwards.
The lowest (most forward) shape is blue with arc on the green field.
The middle shape is green with arc on the yellow field. The top (most backward) shape is blue with arc on the green field.
Between top and lowest arcs are three silver disks - the bubbles. Under the arc of the middle shape are six tightly packed disks representing a grape. Above the arc is a stylized church in silver.

Željko Heimer, 7 February 2000