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Stari Grad (Municipality, Serbia and Montenegro [Serbia])

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[Flag of Stari Grad]by Ivan Sarajčić

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Flag of Stari Grad

The municipality of Stari Grad ("Old Town"), part of the city of Belgrade has adopted a coat of arms and flag designed by Serbian Heraldry Society "White Eagle".

The flag is based on the first known coat of arms of Belgrade, dating from XIII-XIVth century. Stari Grad is the the oldest part of Belgrade city.

Ivan Sarajčić, 6 June 1999

The coat of arms can be blazoned as:

Per fess, gules a tower argent windowed and lined sable, on each side on a stone argent a double cross barred or; barry of six argent and gules.

Željko Heimer, 14 June 1999