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Wilków (Poland)

Namyslów county, Opolskie vojvodship

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Wilków commune flag

[Wilkow flag] by Jarig Bakker, 28 Nov 2002

WILKOW Commune - NAMYSLOW County - OPOLSKIE Voivodship
Old German name: ...Wilkau.
The Polish name is pronounced <vilkoof>
This webpage shows a handsome flag of the commune together with its Arms (scary animals) and a vertical flag too.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 28 Nov 2002

The flag of the Commune is four horizontal bands.
The widest band is blue as the color of the shield of CoA.
The bands below and above the blue, wide band, are in the color of dark gold.
Topping the higher gold band is a narrow dark red band, band # 4.
On the blue band, the gold, six-pointed star can be placed.
When displayed vertically, the gold band is always at the flagpole and at the right side of the observer. Narrow red band is on the outside."
Chrystian Kretowicz, 8 Jan 2003

Wilków vertical flag

[Wilkow hanging flag] by Jarig Bakker, 28 Nov 2002

Wilków CoA

[Wilkow coat of arms] image from this webpage, reported by Chrystian Kretowicz, 28 Nov 2002

"CoA of the Commune is the gold, six-pointed star surrounded partially by the wreath of wheat.
Above both ends of the wreath are triple rosettes of the dark red color fimbrated in gold.
All of this is placed on the shield, which can be called French style, modern, but slightly modified, of the blue color.
Distinguishing the Arms is a blue, princely crown with golden construction and cross, and the ribbon with the legend: Gmina* Wilkow* Gmina' above the shield.
Side elements of the arms are holders (supporters) on both sides of the shield.
These are black wolves (WILK in Polish means WOLF) standing on hind paws with open mouths from which the red tongues sticks out.
Arms of Wilkow are patterned after the old seal preserved in the State Archives in Wroclaw.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 8 Jan 2003