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Roszke (Csongrad County, Hungary)


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from <>, located by István Molnár, 23 September 2002

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It seems that Röszke have not got flag but only coat of arms.
István Molnár, 7 March 2001

I read an article about Roszke. I didn't understand it well but it seems that in 1989 Roszke started a social experience that converted the city into "San Marino of Hungary", a (semi)independent country surrounded by a great country. Its flag was red and blue vertical (3:1) with four pointed green star in the center of the red. The star has a white circle in its center
Jaume Ollé, 8 March 2001

It was only a joke of a local man who made his own country around his house.
István Molnár, 8 March 2001

Here the history of the Public Governorate of Röszke, which territory was (is?) 0,003 km2 and contained (contains?) the peaches field of Mr. István Almásy owner-president.
The flag is red with a white stripe. The white stripe is divided to five green sector relates to the Annexed Territories by the Treaty of Trianon (Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Yugoslavia, Austria - ??). And on the flying end of the flag is a blue part relates to the peace. The 'Public Government' had (has?) got own coat of arms which shows a field a house and a peach.
This joke state is not equal the village of Röszke.
István Molnár, 11 March 2001

I found a photo of the flag on the Homepage of Kanjiza / Magyarkanizsa community (Serbia-Vojvodina) at <> and <Image55.jpg>.
István Molnár, 23 September 2002

Coat of Arms

from , located by István Molnár, 7 March 2001