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Rannu (Tartumaa, Estonia)

Rannu Vald

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by Ivan Sache, 26 October 2000
based on image by the designer of the flag Arvi Sepp captured from

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I am not only author of image, but also the designer of flag of Rannu parish.
Meaning of colors:
white - color of hope, green - color of nature (pinewoods), yellow - fields of cereal crops (Rannu parish is a good area for agriculture) and blue - lake Võrtsjärv (at west of Rannu parish).

There is also second meaning - The four seasons:
white - winter, blue - spring (snow in march, springwater) ,green - summer and yellow - autumn.

This flag was designed and manufactured in summer 1994 and it is an official symbol of Rannu parish (community). Adopted: 21 June 1994. Ratio: 2:3
Arvi Sepp, former foreman of parish council, today land manager, 26 October 1999

Coat of Arms

from , located by Dov Gutterman

From Coat of arms. Blue refers to the lake of Võrtsjärv. Crown refers to the old story about Barbara von Tiesenhausen who was killed by her family after marring with man from lower class. Golden clover leaf refers to the agriculture.
Erki Kurrikoff, 15 April 2001