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Lukavac (Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

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by Zeljko Heimer, 19 May 2004

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Lukavac is a community in the Tuzla Canton. The coat of arms and the flag are shown on the commuinty official web site at <>.
The coat of arms pictures "industrial" horizon dividing the shield in (light) blue over green, with yellow fleur-de-lis and two
mining hammers and in the middle a composed symbol (symbolising I believe chemical and textile industry), a bird and inscription LUKAVAC. All in bordered withing a yellow border. I believe that the symbol may be preceding 1990's, probably the five-pointed star was once in place of the fleur-de-lis, but at the moment this is just a hunch. However, I do not think that the flag would be that old, and I guess that it should be dated to late 1990's more or less.
The flag is vertically divided tricolour green-white-blue, the middle stripe being of the double width, with the coat of arms in the middle. (And yes, I counted five different shades of blue used here, though the actual flags may be less complicated.)
no symbol at all. Information located by Pascal Gross.
Zeljko Heimer, 19 May 2004

Coat of Arms

by Zeljko Heimer, 19 May 2004