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Mont-Vully commune (Fribourg/Freiburg canton, Switzerland)

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[Flag of Mont-Vully] image located by Martin Karner

On 1 January 2016 Bas-Vully and Haut-Vully formed the new commune of Mont-Vully.

Bas-Vully (until 31 December 2015)

[Flag of Bas-Vully] image by Pascal Gross

The commune of Bas-Vully was already presented here but with its 3 "parts" having each their own flag. At that time the villages of Nant, Praz and Sugiez were already merged (since 1850) into the new commune of Bas-Vully, but it is only recently that the new entity has adopted a distinct flag. You'll see that the new flag simply combines all 3 former communal flags on one only flag.
Pascal Gross, 11 July 2002


[Flag of Nant] image by Pascal Gross

Argent a Vine Vert fructed Azure around an Stake Or issuant from a Base of the second.
Željko Heimer, 13 November 2000


[Flag of Praz] image by Pascal Gross

Per fess Azure two Sickles Argent handled Or addorsed and Or a Barrulet Gules between three Ogresses.
Željko Heimer, 13 November 2000


[Flag of Sugiez] image by Pascal Gross

Argent three Poplar trees Vert issuant from a Base of the same.
Željko Heimer, 13 November 2000

Haut-Vully (until 31 December 2015)

[Flag of Haut-Vully] image by Pascal Gross

Gules, in chief between two Keys Or in Saltire an Escutcheon Argent bordered Or five Fusils of the last.
Željko Heimer, 18 November 2000