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Praha 4 (Czech Republic)

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Praha 4 flag

[Praha 4 flag]

The flag of Prague 4, an administrative division of Prague in the Czech Republic, is incorrectly depicted here as green-blue-white. The correct order of the stripes is blue-green-white as you can see here on the official website of Prague 4 or, on an image from the old town hall.
Kryštof Huk, 29 Jun 2016

As a point of interest that was also the historical flag of the Town of Nusle, circa 1898. Nusle is located two kilometers south of the Prague City Center in the Nusle Valley on the Botic. Nusle became a district of Prague in 1922, but had been granted municipal status in 1898. Today, part of historic Nusle is in Prague 4 while the balance is in Prague 2.
Pete Loeser, 29 Jun 2016


Old flag ?

[Praha 4 flag] by Jan Kravčik, 4 Dec 2000.

One  year ago the Mayor Mrs. Miroslava Studenovska took the Arms and Flag of City Borough Praha 4 Decreed  in the Chamber of deputies of the Czech Parliament  from its Chairman Mr. Vaclav Klaus. Till that time the fourth Borough used the historical Coat of Arms of Nusle. ... For almost a year flies next to the entrance to the Town Hall the green - blue - white flag, the official Flag of our City Borough. The Council of Praha 4 has its seat in Nusle. The Historical Nusle Flag was horizontally of three equal stripes blue - green - white.
Aleš Křižan, 4 Dec 2000


Praha 4 coat of arms

[Praha 4 Coat of Arms] image from this website, located by Jarig Bakker, 19 Apr 2002