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Bloemendaal (The Netherlands)

Noord-Holland province

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Bloemendaal municipality

Number of inhabitants: 17.053 (1 Jan 2003); area: 38,56 km². Settlements: Bennebroek, Bloemendaal, Bloemendaal aan Zee, Overveen, Aerdenhout and  Vogelenzang.
The municipal flag was adopted on 21 May 1981.
Description: A white hoist and a fly with seven equally wide stripes of green and white; on the center of the hoiststripe opposite each white fly-stripe a black "meerblad" (water-lily-leaf).
The three "meerbladeren" on white occur in the municipal Coat of Arms.
The four green stripes represent the municipal divisions (Bloemendaal - Overveen - Aerdenhout - Vogelenzang).
Proportions: 2:3.
Source: the Bloemendaal municipal website.
Jarig Bakker, 26 May 2003

Bloemendaal Coat of Arms

[Bloemendaal Coat of Arms] image from the Bloemendaal municipal website.

Granted 3 Aug 1968; The arms are derived from the Coat of Arms of the Tetrode family.


Vogelenzang image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 7 January 2024

An 11:17 flag with a large white letter "V" overall, extending to the top and bottom edges of the cloth and set in a bold serifed face limiting three areas: Red at the hoist, dark yellow on the middle (the roughly triangular space inside the letter), and very dark blue at the fly; on the yellow area, three green birds facing the hoist and aligned along the descending leg of the letter.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 7 January 2024

The Vogelenzang flag was put into use by the Dutch village of Vogelenzang on March 9, 2013. The flag has the colors of the flag of North Holland and the flag of Bloemendaal . The 3 birds are on a coat of arms on the baptismal font in the Church of Our Lady of the Ascension.

Valentin Poposki, 10 December 2023