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Old flag exhibition at the Touristic infocenter Timisoara

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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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