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2:3, submitted by Zoltan Horvath, 6 February 2011
Bihor county (Hungarian: Bihar) is situated in the north-western part of Romania, in the historic province of Crişana. The county is mainly the river Criş basine with the rivers Crişul Repede, Crişul Negru and Barcău the main rivers.
There are the Apuseni Mountains with heights up to 1800 m in the east side of the county. The heights decrease westwards, passing through the hills an ending in the Romanian Western Plain - the eastern side of the Pannonian plain. It constitutes the Biharia Euroregion together with Hajd˙-Bihar County in Hungary.
Its flag is red and blue (red stripe is wider than blue one, proportion of stripes approx. 3:2), and CoA is placed in the center of the flag. Flag ratio is 2:3.
Image of flag
More information on Bihor county (including image of its CoA) on Wikipedia.
Zoltan Horvath, 6 February 2011