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Grolley commune (Fribourg/Freiburg canton, Switzerland)

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Grolley (01 January 2000)

[Flag of Grolley] image by Pascal Gross

Argent chief Or a Bendlet of the first on a Bend Sable fimbriated Gules frette with a Bendlet sinister Vert on a Bend Sinister of the second fimbriated of the last.

Željko Heimer, 21 July 2002

The commune of Grolley now includes former commune of Corsalettes which has left Lac district to join Sarine district with this fusion. The new flag doesn't follow heraldic rules and looks more like a logo. The official description is: The colours of Grolley, yellow and green, merge by crossing those of Corsalettes, white, black and red, on a yellow and white background.

Pascal Gross, 19 July 2002

Grolley (up to 31 December 1999)

[Flag of Grolley] image by Pascal Gross

Vert a Lion's Head regardant to dexter Or langued Gules.

Željko Heimer, 28 November 2000

Corsalettes (up to 31 December 1999)

[Flag of Corsalettes] image by Pascal Gross

Argent, an Bull proper passant over a Base Vert and in chief sinister a Rose Gules barbed and seeded proper.

Željko Heimer, 14 November 2000