The arms and flags of the Landkreis Erding (Upper Bavaria)
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Neuching Municipal Flag

Flag with arms (older variant)

Reverse of the flag with arms (older variant)

The municipality Neuching has adopted a flag by the vote of the municipal council of February 22nd 1983. The flag shows two stripes of the colours Red-Yellow; it shall be used with the arms on it. The Government of Upper Bavaria approved the adoption of the flag on June 10th 1983.

In actual use are hanging flags with arms in the proportions 10:3; the arms cover 2/3 of the flag width. Different from most other flags in the Landkreis, the flags are not made from synthetical fabric; the arms are sewn on, Or and Argent are displayed as such, not as Yellow and White. Also the reverse of the flag shows the arms sewn on, which leads to the impression of a flag of the colours Yellow-Red. In this form the flag was used inofficially from 1975 to 1983.

The newer variant of the municipal flag (depicted below) is also an hanging flag in the proportions 10:3; the arms cover 70% of the flag width. However, the arms is printed on the flag, so that it is mirrored on the reverse.

The municipal flag is in use during municipal festivities and state and church holidays (e.g. Corpus Christi Day). Flagging is performed at three locations: town hall and fire brigade's house in Oberneuching, school in Niederneuching.

newer variant of the flag with arms

Reverse of the newer variant of the flag with arms



Municipal flag of Neuching (older variant) in front of the town hall in Oberneuching.

This webpage was last modified 2001-07-14 by Marcus Schmöger