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South Trøndelag (Norway)

Sør-Trøndelag

Last modified: 2012-03-16 by zoltán horváth
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Flag of Sør-Trøndelag
image by Jan Oskar Engene


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Description of the flag

Or, crossed two axes and cross-staff Gules. The axes in the coats are always conected to the axe of St. Olav (as on state's and royal coats).
Željko Heimer, 19 November 1995


Status of the flag

Adopted 9 December 1983. This coat of arms was used by Trondheim's archdiocese in the 15th Century.
Željko Heimer, 19 November 1995


Communes

The following communes are listed in this county (fylke). The codes following the names are assigned by Norway for statistical and administrative purposes.

  • Agdenes (1622)
  • Bjugn (1627)
  • Frøya (1620)
  • Hemne (1612)
  • Hitra (1617)
  • Holtålen (1644)
  • Klæbu (1662)
  • Malvik (1663)
  • Meldal (1636)
  • Melhus (1653)
  • Midtre Gauldal (1648)
  • Oppdal (1634)
  • Orkdal (1638)
  • Osen (1633)
  • Rennebu (1635)
  • Rissa (1624)
  • Roan (1632)
  • Røros (1640)
  • Selbu (1664)
  • Skaun (1657)
  • Snillfjord (1613)
  • Trondheim (1601)
  • Tydal (1665)
  • Ørland (1621)
  • Åfjord (1630)

The following are former municipalities in this county:

  • Brekken (1642)
  • Budal (1646)
  • Buvik (1656)
  • Byneset (1655)
  • Børsa (1658)
  • Fillan (1616)
  • Flå (1652)
  • Geitastrand (1659)
  • Glåmos (1643)
  • Haltdalen (1645)
  • Heim (1614)
  • Hølonda (1651)
  • Horg (1650)
  • Jøssund (1629)
  • Kvenvær (1618)
  • Leinstrand (1654)
  • Lensvik (1623)
  • Nes (1628)
  • Orkanger (1639)
  • Orkland (1637)
  • Røros Landsogn (1641)
  • Sandstad (1615)
  • Singsås (1646)
  • Soknedal (1649)
  • Stadsbygd (1625)
  • Stjørna (1626)
  • Stoksund (1631)
  • Strinda (1660)
  • Sør-Frøya (1619)
  • Tiller (1661)
  • Vinje (1611)