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Municipal flag of Čaška - Image by Mello Luchtenberg & António Martins, 1 October 2006
The municipality of Čaška (7,673 inhabitants; 819.45 sq. km), located right in the middle of Macedonia, some 10 km south-west of Veles is made of the village of Čaška and the 41 settlements of Banjica, Bistrica, Bogomila, Busilci, Vladipovci, Vitanci, Vojnica, Gabrovnik, Goloznici, Gorno Vranovci, Gorno Jabolčište, Dolno Vranovci, Dolno Jabolčište, Drenovo, Elovec, Izvor, Kapinovo, Krajnici, Kriva Kruša, Krnino, Lisiče, Martolci, Melnica, Mokreni, Nežilovo, Novo Selo, Omorani, Oraov Dol, Oreže, Otištino, Papradište, Plevenje, Pomenovo, Popadija, Pakovec, Smilovci, Sogle, Stari Grad, Stepanci, Teovo and Crežnevo.
Ivan Sache & Željko Heimer, 1 October 2006
The municipal flag of Čaška, as shown on the Macedonian Ministry of Local
Self-Government website (page no longer online), is in proportion 2:3, diagonally divided red-white. In upper hoist is placed a yellow disc from which two rays reach the right edge of the flag and three rays reach the bottom edge of the flag.
The sun-and-rays pattern seems to have been inspired by the Macedonian national flag.
The flag design is confirmed by a
slideshow contributed to YouTube on 11 January 2009 by Marjan
At 0:20 and 2:15, the town hall is shown with the national flag and the municipal flag hanging vertically.
Ivan Sache, 4 January 2010