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Rural Municipality (Gmina) of Chojnice:
The flag is divided into three equal horizontal stripes in the colors green- yellow-blue.
Quotation: "The three colors <of the CoA> in a form of horizontal equally wide stripes were used in the flag of the commune of Chojnice. From top to bottom: green - gold - blue. Since the Middle Ages several provinces and cities have used their flags. A flag which did not directly represent concrete persons, but the territory, unites all inhabitants in a special way with local values; one identifies with the values and the territory. When used vertically it should be used as the national flag, from left to right: green - gold - blue."
Source: this website.
Jens Pattke, 20 Jun 2002
A curious web site, offering information in Polish, German, and *Croatian*. Any clue why those choices?
Al Kirsch, 20 Jun 2002
No idea. I checked several encyclopedias and lexicons, but I don't find anything about Chojnice. I was hopeing that possibly small Croatian community might be living there, but if so, I guess some Croatian encyclopedias would mention it... So, I guess, the webmaster speaks Croatian so he decided to show that :-)
Zeljko Heimer, 20 Jun 2002
I think Zeljko's guess is right. In addition, Chojnice are establishing close ties to the Croatian city of Beli Manastir (Osjecko-Baranjska Zupanija) including cultural and scholarly exchanges so far and negotiating an agreement between mayors of both cities regarding their participation in the Sister Cities program.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 21 Jun 2002
I have regiffed Gunnar Staack's image, using the colors of the website: darkgreen - yellow - blue.
Jarig Bakker, 20 Jun 2002