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Saue linn (Harjumaa, Estonia)

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(7:11)
by Ivan Sache, 31 May 2000



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Overview

The currant flag was adopted on 10 June 1997. Ratio: 7:11
Dov Gutterman , 28 May 2000

The jagged town wall refers to status of town. Bunch of acorns refers to oak-wood of Saue and symbolizes stability and durability and together with the color of green symbolizes environmental friendliness and harmonic life-environment.
Source: <saue.nt-exchange.ee>
The Previously Reported Flag may be the flag of Saue alev. Saue was upgraded to town in 1993. 
Erki Kurrikoff, 22 September 2002


Coat of Arms


from <www.rk.ee/symb>, located by Dov Gutterman


Previously Reported Flag

(7:11)
by Ivan Sache , 27 January 2000

The website <www.rk.ee/symb>, previously reported this flag of Saue Linn , adopted: 12 August 1991 and proportions: 7:11. It seems the either Saue linn changed its flag and Coat of Arms or the former reported flag was wrong
Dov Gutterman , 28 May 2000


Previously Reported Coat of Arms


from http://www.rk.ee/symb, located by Dov Gutterman