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Sveta Nedjelja (Zagreb, Croatia)

Opc'ina Sveta Nedjelja

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by Zeljko Heimer, 9 June 2004



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Sveta Nedjelja is a community between Zagreb and Samobor , and this position provides for a vivid new enterprises to be located in it recently. The population counts to almost 13,000, though this is disparsed in numerous small villages almost touching each other, so that the main village of the same name county just under 1,000 inhabitants. The name of the community means Holy Sunday and is not uncommon in Croatia, though it differs slightly in dialects, so there is community of Sveta Nedelja in Istria and, and there are few others settlement that do not have community status, like Sveta Nedilja on Hvar.
The coat of arms pictures in the blue shiled on a green base town's churches and the Eye of the Lord (an eye in a triangle within a halo) in chief sinister and includes a white ribbon inscribed with the name of the community.
The coat of arms heraldic and artistic quality are not on the level that the Ministry of Administration expects, as far as I could tell, and it is highly probable that the coat of arms is not approved, unless there exists some historical presenace (i.e. that this arms was granted much earlier, of which I am not aware). However, it is nevertheless used around relatively frequently. The flag is also to be seen in the town and on TV.
Zeljko Heimer, 9 June 2004


Coat of Arms


by Zeljko Heimer, 9 June 2004


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