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Alphen-Chaam (The Netherlands)

Noord-Brabant province

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Alphen-Chaam municipality Shipmate Flagchart :

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Municipal flag

Alphen en Chaam is a merger of the former municipalities of Alphen en Riel, Chaam and a parts of Nieuw Ginneken (Galder and Strijbeek) (The rest of Nieuw Ginneken - Bavel and Ulvenhout - went to Breda) (1 Jan 1997). It has 9.486 inhabitants on 93,55 km2. Settlements: Alphen (seat), Alphen-Boshoven, Alphen-Oosterwijk, Boslust, Cauwelaar, Chaam, Chaamdijk, Druisdijk, Galder, Geersbroek, Ginderdoor, Grazen, Heerstaaien, Heikant, Het Sas, Hondseind, Houtgoor, Kalishoek, Klooster, Kwaalburg, Leg, Looneind, Meijsberg, Notsel, Rakens, Snijders-Chaam, Strijbeek, Terover, Venweg, 't Zand
Franc van Diest, 16 Aug 2001

Alphen en Chaam Coat of Arms

Alphen en Chaam Coat of ArmsInternational Civic Arms :

Alphen en Riel [former municipality]

former municipality of Alphen en Riel Shipmate Flagchart :

Alphen present village flag

[Alphen present village flag] Shipmate Flagchart :

Chaam [former municipality]

former municipality of Chaam Shipmate Flagchart :

Chaam village-flag

Chaam former municipality Shipmate Flagchart :

When Chaam ceased to be a separate municipality the old municipal flag was abolished and a new village flag was adopted with four vertical stripes of black and yellow with three countercharged combs.
Hans van Heijningen, 11 Nov 2006

Nieuw Ginneken [former municipality]

former municipality of Nieuw Ginneken Shipmate Flagchart :

Five equally wide horizontal stripes of green and white.
This flag was instituted on 19 Oct 1949 by municipal resolution. The colors do not agree with the munipal Coat of Arms.
Source: Sierksma, Nederlands Vlaggenboek, 1962.
Jarig Bakker, 13 May 2003