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Lukovica (Municipality, Slovenia)

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[Flag of Lukovica]         [Vertical flag of Lukovica]

Municipal flag of Lukovica, horizontal and vertical versions - Images by Željko Heimer, 12 January 2002

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Presentation of Lukovica

The municipality of Lukovica was formed in 1995 by parts of the municipality of Domžale. It is situated in central Slovenia, north-east of Ljubljana.

Željko Heimer, 12 January 2002

Municipal flag of Lukovica

The flag and arms of Lukovica are prescribed by Decision Odlok o grbu in zastavi občine Lukovica, adopted on 30 January 1996, and published in the official local gazette Uradni vestnik Občine Lukovica, 1/96, 16 February 1996, with effect on 3 March 1996.

The symbols were designed by Valt Jurečič of Heraldika d.o.o. and Heraldica Slovenica, who kindly provided drawings from which the images shown on this page were made.

The flag is rectangular, in proportions 2:5, horizontally divided black-red-black, with a red square field at hoist, including the attribute from the coat of arms, the man with the club standing on a semi-wheel.

The colour specifications are given as:
- Yellow: Cinkarna Celje Intercolor 87 Y100 M10 / CMYK 0-20-100-0
- Blue: Cinkarna Celje Intercolor 87 C100 M50 / CMYK 100-35-0-10
- Red: Cinkarna Celje Intercolor 87 Y100 M90 / CMYK 0-90-100-10
- Green: Cinkarna Celje Intercolor 87 Y100 C100 / CMYK 100-0-100-40

Željko Heimer, 28 February 2006

Coat of arms of Lukovica

[Coat of arms of Lukovica]

Coat of arms of Lukovica - Image by Željko Heimer, 22 November 1999

The coat of arms of Lukovica can be blazoned as "Gules, between two mounts sable issuant a wheel proper on which is standing man clead sable proped on a club".

Stanič & Jakopič [j2s05] explain that the man with the club is a road robber. These were notorious in the region during the Napoleonic wars and became a kind of local tradition - today converted into a lucrative tourist attraction. The black hills symbolize gorges in the region. The red and black colours are also connected with the robbers.

Željko Heimer, 28 February 2006