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Holden, Massachusetts (U.S.)

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A red-white-blue vertical tricolor, with a white bar toward the bottom, and a row of buildings above it. The town name is written on the white bar, and the date 1741 below it. Holden is in Worcester County.

From the town homepage

"The Town of Holden was incorporated on January 9, 1741. Originally a rural farming area, we have grown into a prosperous, community-spirited municipality with a population, as of January 2000, of 15,911 residents. In June of 1951, the Town adopted a Selectmen-Town Manager form of government, one of the oldest in the Commonwealth."
Dov Gutterman, 23 December 2002