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Lommis commune (Thurgau canton, Switzerland)

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[Flag of Lommis] image by Pascal Gross

In blue, two yellow, slanting strips, the upper one decorated with a yellow fleur-de-lis.
The emblem taken over from the Lommis court rule and goes back to the Toggenburg servants in Lommis.
In 1995 Lommis merged with Kalthäusern and Weingarten to the new commune of Lommis and kept its old emblem.


[Flag of Kalthäusern] image by Pascal Gross

Divided by white with yellow crowned walking red lion and red with white cross reaching to the edges.
The crowned lion comes from the coat of arms of the servants of Sonnenberg. The cross corresponds to the emblem of the commandery of Tobel.


[Flag of Weingarten] image by Pascal Gross

In black yellow vine growing from the base with five (3,2) leaves and four (2,2) grapes.
Canting emblem (Weingarten = vineyard) in the colours of the Counts of Toggenburg, who had all important rights in the village.