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Stabroek (Municipality, Province of Antwerp, Belgium)

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[Flag of Stabroek]by Jarig Bakker

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Description of the flag

Stabroek is located in the arrondissement of Antwerp. Stabroek was the original name of Georgetown (Guyana).

The flag is horizontally divided yellow-blue (or black), with a blue eight-pointed star in the yellow stripe, a yellow eight-pointed star in the blue stripe, and a horizontally divided blue-yellow star placed over the yellow and blue stripes. The three stars constitute a triangle, the two monochrimous stars being placed vertically along the hoist

The flag was adopted by Municipal decision 6 April 1987, and confirmed by Ministerial decision April 1987.

Source: Van evers en heiligen. Wapens en vlaggen van de gemeenten in de provincie Antwerpen [pbd98].

Jarig Bakker, 4 October 2001