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Old flag exhibition at the Touristic infocenter Timisoara
Timisoara

an appealing flag exhibition (belonging to the Banat Museum) was set up at the Touristic Infocenter.

Here is the list of the pictures

-ENSIGN OF THE 1ST VOLUNTARY DETACHMENT FROM DARNITA, 1918

-THE FLAG OF THE VOLUNTARY FIREFIGHTERS COMMANDMENT IN TIMISOARA, 1898

-THE FLAG OF THE SINGERS REUNION TIMISOARA, 1882-1894

-ENSIGN OF THE MILLERS SOCIETY IN TIMISOARA, 1881-1925

-ENSIGN OF THE INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION OF BUTCHERS FROM TIMISOARA, 1884

-ENSIGN OF THE MECHANICS ASSOCIATION FROM SOUTHERN HUNGARY, 1882

-ENSIGN OF THE TANNERS GUILD, 1882

-FLAG OF THE TIMIS COUNTY, XIX CENTURY

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