Last modified: 2018-10-21 by zoltán horváth
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Hovedstaden Region was established through Kommunalreformen (English:
Local government Reform (of 2007) (https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strukturreformen)
on January 1, 2007. Region Midtjylland includes the former Ringkjøbing and
Aarhus Counties (with the exception of part of the municipality of Mariager),
as well as the southeastern part of Viborg and the former municipalities of
Brædstrup, Gedved, Hedensted, Horsens, Juelsminde, Nørre-Snede and
Tørring-Uldum in Vejle County, evolving from most of the territory
previously known as Viborg Amt (English: Viborg County).
Hovedstaden Region flag is the logo (https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/35/Danish_Region_hovedstaden_logo.svg) over a blue horizontal background.
For additional information, go to Region Hovedstaden (official website): http://www.regionhovedstaden.dk/ and https://www.regionh.dk/
Esteban Rivera 17 April 2018
The flags of Hovedstaden can be found at
I am skeptical of these flags. I found two design manuals with two different
versions of these flags, but unfortunately no photos on the web. So, here are
the images of these flags..
Tomislav ipek, 3 May 2018
From my own observations the Danes have their "sacred flag", the Dannebrog,
which is often the only one hoisted in subdivisions. I have seen only a few
commune flags in the past. Many communes have been merged during the last years,
no matter whether their had been historical connections.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 3 May 2018
image by Tomislav ipek, 3 May 2018
images by Tomislav ipek, 3 May 2018