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Tollebeek (The Netherlands)

Noordoostpolder, Flevoland province

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[Tollebeek flag] by Jarig Bakker, 26 Apr 2005
adopted 1982; design: unknown See also:

Tollebeek village

Tollebeek is a village in the Noordoostpolder, Flevoland province.
Flag: wavy yellow over blue; yellow charged with a black deer; blue charged with yellow "TOLLEBEEK"; a red hoist.
adopted 1982; design: unknown.

The flag was inaugurated in 1982 to celebrate 25 years of Tollebeek's existence. The deer represents hunting, the yellow field harvest, the blue wavy stripe the former Zuiderzee, now IJsselmeer, and red the rooftiles of the Tollebeek houses.

The village has no coat of arms.
Source: Vlaggen (magazine edited by Anton Jansen), no. 91 (1996): 1294.
Jarig Bakker, 26 Apr 2005