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Krásné Pole City, Czech Republic

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[Krásné Pole flag - obverse] by Jarig Bakker, 23 Mar 2001
adopted 24 Aug 1993 See also:

Krásné Pole flag - obverse

Ostrava City Council gave to the Krásné Pole City Borough on the 24 of August 1993 the right to use the Krásné Pole City Borough Coat of Arms and Flag. Krasne Pole is in Ostrava district, Eastern Czechia. German name Schönfeld.
This Coat of Arms is per pale or and gules, dexter a dimidiated eagle of Silesia (crowned) sinister the figure of St. John Nepomucenus, holding in his hand a crucifix naturel. Around his head is a glory with five stars of gold (picture of the first Seal of 1815). Communal flag is derived of the Arms (it´s a banner of arms). The reverse side of the flag has three horizontal stripes (equal) - black, yellow and red.
Aleš Křižan, 4 Dec 2000

Krásné Pole flag - reverse

[Krásné Pole flag - reverse] by Jarig Bakker, 23 Mar 2001

Krásné Pole CoA

[COA of Krasne Polje] Coat of Arms reported by Dov Gutterman, 16 Jan 1999 from this site.
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