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Parum borough (Germany)

Gemeinde Gülzow, Amt Steintanz-Warnowtal, Güstrow county, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania

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[Parum borough flag] 5:3 image by Ivan Sache, 1 Jun 2008
Flag adopted 21 May 2008; Design: Wilhelm Meier

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Parum borough

Parum (c. 1,000 inhabitants), a part (= village) of the municipality of Gülzow, Amt Steintanz-Warnowtal, is located 8 km west of Güstrow.
Accordong to the "Schweriner Volkszeitung", 21 May 2008, Parum has unveiled its flag and arms during the celebration of the 775th anniversary of the town. The symbols were designed by Wilhelm Meier, from Parum, who explained them as follows:
- the arms show on a green field five golden balls and a yellow chief, charged with a green cross in canton. The arms are registered and recognized by the heraldic society "Schwarzer Löwe" (The Black Lion).
They will be shown in the Quedlinburg Roll of Arms;
- the flag is derived from the arms. It is shown in a vertical display, horizontally divided yellow-green-yellow-green, 1:2:1:2.
Yellow and green were chosen as the town's colours during the celebration of the 750th anniversary of the town.
Ivan Sache, 1 Jun 2008

Parum CoA

[Parum coat of arms] image by Ivan Sarkobruniland, 1 Jun 2008
adopted 21 May 2008; Design: Wilhelm Meier