Szklarska Poręba, Jelenia Góra County, Dolnoslaskie Voivodship - former
German name: Schreiberhau; former Polish name: Pisarzewiec (1945-47).
From the beautiful resort town, where I spent a nice vacation once
- long, long time ago. In those ancient times the town didn't have a flag
yet. Now, it has one:
Commune's "Statut" of 2003 says:
"Arms of the city are divided into three fields:
In the white, upper field, there is a red (ruby) crystal trophy.
In the left, blue field, there is a brown tree stump.
In the right, green field, there is a goose feather pen.
The flag of the City is a rectangular piece of cloth of three horizontal
white one taking 1/2 of the rectangle
blue and green bands are taking 1/4 of it each.
In the middle, centered on the border between white and green bands,
the Arms are placed.
The bottom band is green."
Chrystian Kretowicz, 10 Sep 2008
Szklarska Poręba city Coat of Arms
image by Chrystian Kretowicz, 10 Sep 2008