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Demmin County (Germany)
Landkreis Demmin (until 2011), Mecklenburg-Westpomerania
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image from the County website.
Flag adopted 20 Feb 1997, Coat-of-Arms adopted 4 Sep 1997
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Demmin County / Landkreis Demmin
Demmin County (Landkreis Demmin) lies in the State of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania. The County website says: "The flag of Demmin County has seven horizontal stripes of different width in the colours blue-yellow-red-white-red-yellow-blue. The blue stripes are 1/5th each, the yellow stripes 1/4th each, the red stripes 1/30th each and the white stripe 1/15th of the flag's width. The County coat-of-arms spans the red and the yellow stripes. The flag proportions are 3:5. The colours of the County flag combine the colours of the two State's regions of Mecklenburg (red-yellow-blue) and West Pomerania (yellow-white), to reflect the fact that the County Demmin lies partially in Mecklenburg and partially in West Pomerania."
Pascal Vagnat, 27 Nov 2002
Demmin County Coat-of-Arms
Image from the Demmin County Website.
Demmin County became part of the newly built County of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte on 4 September 2011. The seat of the new county is the city of Neubrandenburg.
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 6 Jan 2012
Flag and coat of arms were approved by minister of interior of Mecklenburg-Westpomerania on 8 june 1995, published in the roll of arms of Mecklenburg-Westpomerania as no. 0085.