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Ludbreg (Varazdin County, Croatia)

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by Zeljko Heimer



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Overview

The coat of arms is Azure, on a tripple Mount Vert a Crescent Argent and a Mullet Or. The flag is light blue with the coat of arms in the middle. The photo shows the vertical flag, with noticeable small coat of arms, hoisted beside the flags of Croatia and the County. Horizontal flag is shown here with coat of arms of larger size, but without confirmation. The crescent is reported with the facial lines drown on it, too, but the photo does not allow the quality to reproduce those. Until 1997 Ludbreg had the status of a community. There is a legend regarding Ludbreg to be the center of the world, as there are several European capitals that are situated on concentric circles around Ludbreg. Adopted: around 1995 (?).
Population: 8,400 (Zemljopisni atlas Republike Hrvatske", `kolska knjiga, Zagreb 1993).
Source: Photo of the flag and coat of arms in use in Ludbreg, August 2000.
Zeljko Heimer, August 2000 and 18 Febuary 2003

From <www.glasila.hr>: Odluka o opisu i uporabi grba i zastave Grada Ludbrega, 22. prosinca 1999. Slu~beni vjesnik Vara~dinske ~upanije, br. 1/00, 11. veljace 2000.
The decision describes the Coat of Arms and flag, the procedures and occasions for using them are described, it is determined how the grant for use is to be given and so on as usual with Croatian decisions of this type.
The description of the flag does not mention that the Coat of Arms in the middle is bordered yellow. As  have personally seen in use in Ludbreg all the flags have the yellow border around the Coat of Arms. The decision claims that this Coat of Arms is the traditional Coat of Arms of Ludbreg.
The decision invaildates a previous decision from 1991 quoted as Odluka o opisu i uporabi grba i zastave Opcine Ludbreg, Slu~beni vjesnik, br, 63/91. There is no reason to think that the 1991 would have the symbols
defined in any other way, though.
Zeljko Heimer, 7 Febuary 2004


Vertical Flag


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Coat of Arms


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