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Pöllau, Styria (Austria)

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[Pöllau] by M. Schmöger, 26 April 2014

Name of municipality: Pöllau
Status: Marktgemeinde
Land (state): Steiermark (Styria)
Bezirk (district): Hartberg-Fürstenfeld
Former district: Hartberg
Description of arms (German): In blauem Schild stehend silbern der hl. Veit, in knöchellangem gegürteten Gewand und in der Rechten eine brennende Lampe, in der Linken einen Palmzweig haltend.
Blazoning of arms (English): Azure, Saint Vitus statant Argent, vested in an ankle-length robe, holding in his dexter a burning lamp, in his sinister a palm leaf.
Adoption date of arms: 8 February 2010, in force 1 March 2010, based on the arms used traditionally
Description of flag: two stripes, white-green, with arms
Flag used since: about 2010
Sources: Arms:
[1] [wdy64]
[2] [k4p54]
[3] [ksj56]
[5] LGBl. 2010, 7. Stück, Nr. 14, S. 85 at

Sources for the flag:
e-mail from municipality with flag photos, 23 April 2014
Remarks before the official adoption of the arms in 2010 the municipality had not used a municipal flag (according to e-mail from municipality, 24 April 2014)

M. Schmöger, 26 April 2014

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