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Przeworno district (Poland)

Strzelin county, Dolnośląskie voivodship

Last modified: 2018-12-15 by rob raeside
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[Przeworno flag] image by Jarig Bakker, 28 Nov 2002
adopted 30 Nov 2000 See also:

Przeworno district flag

PRZEWORNO Commune - STRZELIN County - DOLNOŚLĄSKIE Voivodship - Old German name: Prieborn.
According to the Statute of the Commune adopted on 30 November 2000, the Coat of Arms looks like this:
Lower part of the shield - green with the semicircle of three mounds symbolizing the local hills with the dominant Mt.Gromnik.  In the middle of the lower part a contemporary element - wheat stalk in combination with the letter"P", the initial of the commune. The wheat stalk represents the agricultural character of Przeworno. On the top of the hill, Lower Silesian black eagle with the silver band on chest and the cross on it. The tail of the eagle touches the highest hill on the golden background filling all the upper part of the shield. There are also 3 six-point stars colored red symbolizing the cult of Virgin Mary.
Flag: - horizontal stripes of red, yellow, green, yellow - red   -    5/8 of the width - yellow - 1/8 - green  - 1/8 - yellow - 1/8.
The page which furnished the above information used to have the following URL:
Chrystian Kretowicz, 28 Nov 2002

Przeworno Coat of Arms

[Przeworno coat of arms] image from this site.
adopted 30 Nov 2000