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Brno město okres, South Moravian region

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Brno city flag

[Brno city flag] by Jan Kravčík, 10 July 2000

This is the flag of Brno according to the description of Jiři Martinek, who wrote 26 Jan 2000:
"BRNO - horizontal white-red-white-red."
Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic with 385.000 inhabitants (1998). It was founded in the 10th century and became an Austrian free city in 1243. In various wars besieged or occupied by Swedes (1645), Prussians (1742 and 1866), French (1805 and 1809); before World War I capital of Austrian crownland of Moravia.
Jarig Bakker, 12 July 2000

Flag of Brno: BANNER OF ARMS (ratio unknown to me. I only saw it flying on the Brno City Hall and it is neither square nor 1:2. So it is 2:3 or 3:5, I think). Stripes: 1:2:2:2.
Aleš Křižan, 4 Dec 2000

Brno Citizens' Sharpshooters Corps

[Brno old ceremonial flag]
A photo of a flag held by two warhaft people is at this site. In the center of the flag the imperial Austrian arms; around that a text, is it a regimental flag?
Jarig Bakker, 03 May 2000

That's not the Austrian arms (gules a fess argent) but the Brno city arms (barry of four argent and gules) on the breast of the eagle on the flag. They are the Colours of the Brno Citizens' Sharpshooters Corps, granted June 1993
Joe McMillan, 3 May 2000

Brno city Coat of Arms

[Brno city Coat of Arms] by Ivan Sache, 24 Oct 2000, after image from this website, found by Jarig Bakker, 12 July 2000

Coat of Arms of Brno: per fess of four argent and gules, narrow chief. A Gothic shield.
Aleš Křižan, 4 Dec 2000