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Municipality of Ottenhofen (Erding County, Bavaria, Germany)

Gemeinde Ottenhofen

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[Municipality of Ottenhofen (Erding County, Bavaria, Germany)] 13:6 (in older flags)
by Marcus Schmöger
Flag and coat-of-arms adopted 28th September 1982


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Description

The Gemeinde Ottenhofen adopted arms on 28th September 1982, blazon: Gules, a dragon contourné Or holding a capital S in the mouth, on a chief Argent a rose Gules barbed and seeded Or. At the same time a flag of red-white was adopted, showing the arms. The older flags actually show this pattern, but more recent flags are white-red instead of red-white. Probably the flagmaker made a mistake, as the dragon in the arms is facing sinister, not as usually dexter, thus mirroring the whole design.

Marcus Schmöger, 10 April 2001


Mistaken Variant

[Municipality of Ottenhofen, mistaken variant (Erding County, Bavaria, Germany)] 7:2
by Marcus Schmöger
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