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Flag tryptich in Kikinda - Images by Tomislav Šipek, 10 Septmeber 2015
Kikinda has a flag triptych (photo), made of three vertical, red, blue and white flags, each charged with the municipal coat of arms in the upper right corner and the name of the town written along the lower part of the fly.
Tomislav Šipek & Tomislav Todorović, 10 September 2015
Most towns in Vojvodina have official flags and arms and due to
historical influence have much better regulated usage then the rest of
Serbia. However, some still do not use official proposed flag but just
apply the coat of arms on single color background. As far as I know, Kikinda does not have official flag but a pretty unique coat of arms. Some variations of the arms applied in center or shifted towards the hoist in middle or upper canton on various color background (red, blue, white) are reported. In some cases several flags with different colors at the same time. One photo shows Serbian red, blue, white order with the coat of arms in upper hoist canton.
I have seen at least one photo with the white background and Cyrillic inscription "ОПШТИНА КИКИНДА" (Municipality of Kikinda).
Milan Jovanović, 16 August 2015
Flags with red background
Flags of Kikinda with red background - Images by Randy Young, 16 August 2015
Flags with blue background
Flags of Kikinda with blue background - Images by Randy Young, 16 August 2015
Flags with white background
Flags of Kikinda with white background - Images by Randy Young, 16 August 2015