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Radzymin commune (Poland)

Wołomin county, Mazowieckie Vojvodship

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[Radzymin commune flag] image by Jarig Bakker, 3 Mar 2008 See also:

Radzymin commune flag

Here is the flag of Radzymin commune, Wolomin county in Mazowieckie wojewodship. It is presented at the commune's website.
Flagdescription: three vertical stripes of yellow and blue, proportioned (c) 1:2:1; in center the image of the arms.
Coat of Arms: azure a mullet argent of 30 rays, a triangle or, a human eye.
Jarig Bakker, 3 Mar 2008

In early XVII Century a terrible epidemic overwhelmed the town. It run its course very quickly and the residents credited the God for taking care of them, hence the appearance of the Eye of Providence in the symbol of the town.
Then, in 1920, the onslaught of the the Bolshevik armies was stopped at the outskirts of Radzymin by the sheer heroics of the undermanned Polish Army and civilian volunteers,thus, saving Poland and entire Europe from being overtaken by the Red Terror. Once again, the people of Radzymin and all Poles, were convinced
of the divine intervention of the Allmighty, of the Eye of Providence watching over them.
In addition, the day of the victorious battle was also a day of the Ascent of Virgin Mary, holiday dear to all Poles (August 15). The battle itself acquired the name of "The Miracle on Vistula" and, in 1936, the Ministry of Internal Affairs confirmed officially the Eye of Providence as a Coat of Arms of Radzymin, saved twice by the Grace of the Almighty.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 3 Mar 2008

Radzymin commune Coat of Arms

[Radzymin coat of arms] image by Jarig Bakker, 3 Mar 2008