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Dolní Roven, Czech Republic

Pardubice okres, Pardubice region

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[Dolní Roveň flag] by Jarig Bakker, 14 Apr 2004
adopted 18 Mar 2003 See also:

Dolní Roveň municipality flag

Image after Petr Exner's Vexilologický Lexikon prapory obcí ČR (2003) - Dolní Roveň, Pardubice district, Pardubice region - adopted 18 Mar 2003.
Jarig Bakker, 14 Apr 2004

Looks like a cutout diagram for a V flag with streamers... ;-) Al Kirsch remarked that the flag looks like a "poit". I determined
that he was referring to the "MAD Poiuyt", a strange optical illusion, the first drawing of which in MAD magazine appeared on a cover in the '60s.
The term "Poiuyt" can be obtained by reading from right to left on the row containing those letter keys on your friendly local computer keyboard. However, Al's rendering of the term as "poit" seems somehow much funnier. Image and explanations are on quite a few web-pages.
Lewis A. Nowitz, 19 Apr 2004

The image reminds me of M. C. Esscher's illusions. Of course "Poiuyt" was the MAD-answer to "Querty", used for official
typing-schools (I attended a class for a few weeks, only to find out that it involved the most boring lessons I ever received).
Jarig Bakker, 22 Apr 2004


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