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Municipal flag of Komenda, horizontal and vertical versions - Images by Željko Heimer, 22 April 2000
The coat of arms and flag of Komenda are prescribed by Decision Odlok o grbu, zastavi in datumu občinskega praznika občine Komenda (text and images), adopted on 30 March 2006 and published on 11 April 2006 in the municipal official gazette Uradne objave Glasila občine Komenda, 04/2006, superseding Decision Odlok o grbu, zastavi in prazniku občine Komenda, adopted on 2 March 2000 and published in Uradne objave Glasila občine Komenda, 02/2000, without noticeable change in the description of either the flag or arms.
The flag of Komenda is of a design characteristic of the Slovenian
municipal flags. A cross of unusual shape is made of a combination
of an horizontal division in three stripes and a vertical division in
three unequal stripes, which is often known as
Canadian pale. Therefore, the flag has
four rectangles, one in each corner, while the main field forms an
unusual wide cross. The vertical arm of the cross is square and bears
some attribute from the coat of arms as a rule.
The flag overall proportions is 2:5.
The flag of Komenda has such a yellow cross on a red field. The lenghtwise stripe is thinner than in other examples of that cross pattern (e.g. Gornji Petrovci). In the square of the cross there is the attribute of the coat of arms, the red shield with the white Maltese cross, bordered gold and crowned with a black crown.
Željko Heimer, 25 June 2010
Coat of arms of Komenda - Image by Željko Heimer, 22 April 2000
The coat of arms can be blazoned as "Or, a chevron sable between three lozenges gules, in chief an escutcheon gules a Maltese cross argent crowned sable".
Stanič & Jakopič [j2s05] add that coats of arms with the same design have been used in Komenda since the early XIXth century.
Željko Heimer, 12 February 2006