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Bruntál city (Czech Republic)

Bruntál okres, Moravosilesian Region

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[Bruntál city flag] by Jarig Bakker, 4 Feb 2001.
adopted 9 Mar 1998 See also:

Bruntál city flag

Bruntál  Town - Flag: Near the hoist a black pile (triangle), which reaches the middle of the field, the fly is blue. These two fields are divided by a chevron with top in 3/4 of the flags length. The chevron goes out of upper and lower margin of the flag, from 1/4 of the length - it  is wide 1/4 of the flags length  Ratio 2:3. Passed  - 9 March 1998.
Aleš Křižan, 2 Feb 2001

Bruntál city colors

[Bruntál city colors] by Blas Delgado Ortiz, 8 May 2002, based on image by Petr Exner

Town colors (and "tricolor") - black over white over blue. The use: Unclear - (passed  - March 9, 1998)
Aleš Křižan, 2 Feb 2001

Bruntál city CoA

[Bruntál city Coat of Arms] image from this site,spotted by Jarig Bakker, 7 March 2001.

Bruntál Coat of Arms: the man in it is wearing the traditional festival costume of miner, and holds the miner tools. So it IS a miner. The landscape behind him makes the CoA partially canting, as the German name of Bruntál is Freudenthal and the miner is standing in a valley (or Thal) next to the mine. In Jeseníky Mountains there´s a tradition of miners industry, but no coal. There were silver mines there.
Aleš Křižan, 8 Mar 2001