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Chojnice county (Poland)

Powiat chojnicki, Pomorskie vojvodship

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[Chojnice county flag] image by Jarig Bakker, 19 Jun 2002 Other Chojnice pages: See also:

Chojnice county flag

Chojnice county (Powiat chojnicki), Pomorskie vojvodship, consists of the communes (gminy) Brusy, Chojnice city, Chojnice commune, Czersk, Konarzyny.
At this website are flag and CoA of Chojnice county in Poland.
Jarig Bakker, 19 Jun 2002

This site is the official homepage of the labour department of the county of Chojnice. The illustrated coat of arms there is the County Coat of Arms. It unites the coat of arms of the vojvodship of Pomerania and the CoA of the county capital Chojnice. The coat of arms of the city is a silver shield with the black head of the ox and the red rose. Therefore I assume that the flag is the flag of the county. The flag is divided into three unequal horizontal stripes (2:1:2) in the colors yellow-black-blue.
Jens Pattke, 20 Jun 2002

Chojnice county CoA

[Chojnice county CoA] image from this website.