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Izegem (Municipality, Province of West Flanders, Belgium)

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[Flag of Izegem]by Filip van Laenen


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Description of the flag

Izegem (35,000 inhabitants) is located in the arrondissement of Roeselare.

The flag is: Argent, a cross Sable, in every corner accompanied by three ducks Sable, placed along the border of the flag. Proportions are 2:3.

The flag is derived from the municipal coat of arms, described as:

"drie jonge eendjes zonder bek en pooten", that is: three young ducks without beak and legs, which was the coat of arms of the Lords of Izegem (1080-1257); it is not known when it was first used.

The flag was adopted on 28 January 1980.

Source: Flags of the Low Countries

Jarig Bakker, 6 November 2001


Former flag

[Former flag of Izegem] by Filip van Laenen

Similar to the current flag, but square, adopted on 3 July 1978.

Source: Flags of the Low Countries

Jarig Bakker, 6 November 2001

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