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Flag of Tivat - Image by Tomislav Šipek, 27 August 2015
Andrijevica is a town and municipality in eastern Montenegro. It has
a population of 1,073 (2003 census). Its territory is outspread on 340
km2 and it is surrounded by massives of mountains Komovi, Bjelasica and Prokletije. Andrijevica is the centre o municipality of Andrijevica (population of 5,785) and is considered as the unofficial centre of the Vasojevići region.
Aleksandar Nemet, 19 May 2012
The symbols of Andrijevica are described in the municipal Statutes (text), last amended in 2014, as follows:
The shape of the coat of arms isa modified square, in shades of blue, red, gray and white. In a central position on the emblem os the monument commemorating the Balkan Wars, the First and the Second World Wars, which is located in Knjaževac. Behind the monument are the mountain ranges of Komovi. On the left side at the top of the coat of arms is an open book in shades of red and white. To the right is the sun in red color. In the right corner at the bottom of the coat of arms is the church of St. Archangel Michael in shades of gray-blue color. In chief the name of the town is written in large Cyrillic red letters.
The flag is rectangular in shape, in length at least twice the height, light blue, with the coat of arms in the upper left corner.
Aleksandar Nemet & Tomislav Šipek, 27 August 2015