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Sklené, Czech Republic
Svitavy okres, Pardubice region
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image by Jarig Bakker, 3 Nov 2007
adopted 5 Oct 2004
Sklené municipality flag
Here is the flag of Sklené, Pardubice region (Svitavy district) in Czechia.
It was approved 5 October 2004 and published in Petr Exner's Vexillological
Lexicon of Czech municipal flags 2004.
Description: red, with three white, hoisttriangles, each charged with
a red flower; in center a yellow glass chalice, flanked by a white key,
bit down, and a white sword, pointing downwards.
Sklené was formerly part of Sudetenland (kreis Zwittau = Svitavy) and
named Glaselsdorf. At this
webpage is the old coat of arms: gules a chalice of natural colors
with two branches vert connected below by a ribbon or. I assume it is now
different, but the (canting) glass stayed.
Jarig Bakker, 3 Nov 2007
Sklené (Glaselsdorf) old Coat of Arms
image from this