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Bosilegrad (Municipality, Serbia)


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[Flag] flag unconfirmed - image by Ivan Sarajčić, 27 August 2007

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Presentation of Bosilegrad

The municipality of Bosilegrad (9,931 inhabitants in 1991) is located in the Pčinj District.

Milan Jovanović, 27 August 2007

Flag of Bosilegrad

According to Milan Asenov, from the Bosilegrad municipal administration, the flag and arms of Bosilegrad were adopted in 2002.
The flag, as seen on the municipal coat of arms, is horizontally divided blue-yellow-green (c. 3:1:3); on the image communicated by M. Asenov, the flag has overall proportions c. 4:5.

There is no known confirmation that this flag was in use, except online as a part of coat of arms of Bosilegrad, whose officiality is dubious, too. The Center for Research of Orthodox Monarchism has proposed other symbols for the town.

Milan Jovanović, Valentin Poposki & Ivan Sarajčić, 18 February 2008

Flag with big arms

[Flag withof arms] image by Tomislav Šipek, 8 November 2021

The flag of Bosilegrad with big coat of arms is horizontally divided blue-yellow-green, ratio 2-1-2 with the arms centered.


Tomislav Šipek, 8 November 2021

Municipal emblem

[Emblem] image located by Valentin Poposki, 10 May 2022

Source:, collected from the official municipal websites or Facebook/Twitter profiles.
Valentin Poposki, 10 May 2022