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Brummen (The Netherlands)

Gelderland province

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Brummen municipality

Number of inhabitants: 21.610; area: 85,08 km². Settlements: Brummen (seat), Eerbeek, Empe, Hall, Leuvenheim, Oeken, Tonden, Voorstonden.
Brummen is some 30 km northeast of Arnhem.
The flag (adopted 21 Apr 1970) is derived from the municipal Coat of Arms. The twig in the lion's paw is for 'brummels', blackberries in the local dialect, which have undergone a (failed) heraldic operation.
Jarig Bakker, 12 September 1999

Brummen Coat of Arms

[Brummen Coat of Arms] image from the Brummen municipal website.

Granted 20 Feb 1816.


Eerbeek municipality image located by Valentin Poposki, 15 December 2023


The flag of the village of Eerbeek was adopted in 2018, and was basically designed by a villager. The flag design represents Eerbeek's history. For example, the blue middle lane represents the Eerbeekse stream and the two green lanes represent the local nature and the growth and prosperity of the village. The outline of a white wheel can be seen in the middle of the flag. This is a representation of De Oliemolen. A wheel was used in the past, among other things, to make paper in Eerbeek. The wheel also serves as a symbol for the connection between the stream, nature and industry, which expresses the power of Eerbeek. The year 1046 spread across the width of the flag refers to the year in which Eerbeek was first mentioned.

Flag in use:

Valentin Poposki, 15 December 2023


Hall municipality image located by Valentin Poposki, 15 December 2023


The flag of the village of Hall has been in use in its current form since 2021 and was designed by a local artist. The flag now serves as a symbol for the small town.

The flag consists of three stripes in blue and light blue. The middle light blue stripe is wider and features an orange silhouette of the village. You can see the Ludgerus Church, the adjacent houses and some trees. The trees refer to the wooded area where Hall is located. The blue colors symbolize the local associations and the orange refers to the orange in the coats of arms that can be seen in the Ludgerus Church. Furthermore, the village name is included in script at the bottom right of the flag.

Flag flying:

Valentin Poposki, 15 December 2023