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Undeloh municipality (Germany)
Gemeinde Undeloh, Samtgemeinde Hanstedt, Harburg county, Lower Saxony
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3:5 image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 Apr 2007
adopted 19 Mar 1984
Municipality of Undeloh
Municipality of Undeloh (Samtgemeinde* Hanstedt / Harburg county
/ Lower Saxony).
Its ratio is 3:5. It's a green over white horizontal bicolour superimposed
by the coat of arms in the centre of the flag.
Description of coat of arms: The shield is divided per pale. The right
side shows in a silver (=white) field a red bell-tower with green roof placed
on green ground. The left side shows in a black field golden (=yellow)
antlers of a stag.
Meaning: The tower is the landmark of the municipality. The antlers
are taken from the coat of arms of the former municipality of Wehlen which
forms together with Undeloh and Wesel the current municipality.
Source: The image of the flag was made according to Hauptstaatsarchiv
Hannover, where the flag was submitted on unknown date, so described in
information about the coat of arms was taken from "Samtgemeinde Hanstedt
Bürgerinformationen 2007/2008" p.39.
*A "Samtgemeinde", also called "collective municipality"
is a combination of several municipalities to an administrative community
in Lower Saxony.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 11 Apr 2007