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Tannheim, Tirol (Austria)

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by M. Schmöger, 22 November 2009

Name of municipality: Tannheim
Status: Gemeinde (municipality)
Land (state): Tirol (Tyrol)
Bezirk (district): Reutte
Description of arms (German): In Silber eine grüne Tanne, am linken Schildrand zwei rote Stäbe. [1]
Blazoning of arms (English): Argent, a fir-tree Vert, a sinister flank Gules charged with a pale Argent.
Adoption date of arms: 8 May 1984
Description of flag: two stripes, green-white, with coat-of-arms [1] [2]
Adoption date of flag: 8 May 1984
Sources: [1] [kfb95]
[2] photo by Gunnar Staack, forwarded to FOTW-ml by Jarig Bakker, 23 December 2003

M. Schmöger, 22 November 2009

Gunnar Staack just sent me the flag of Tannheim in Austria. On the photo it appears to be vertical blue-white
with the coat-of-arms.
Jarig Bakker
, 23 December 2003

The photo sent by Jarig indeed shows a strangely-coloured stripe, obviously bleached, but to me it is rather a green shade and not a blue shade, which is even more obvious, as the colour of the fir tree is the same as the stripe.
M. Schmöger, 6 January 2004

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