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Flag of Fažana, two versions - Images by Željko Heimer, 16 August 2016
The municipality of Fažana (Italian, Fasana; 3,050 inhabitants in 2011) is located north-west of Pula, just outside it, on the coast across the channel from the famous Brijuni Islands resort. The municipality of Fažana actually includes the Brijuni Islands.
Željko Heimer, 25 November 2004
The symbols of Fažana are prescribed by the Statutory Decision Statutarna odluka o grbu i zastavi Općine Fažana, adopted on 23 February 2004 by the Municipality Council and published on 5 March 2004 in the County official gazette Službene novine list Istarske županije, No. 3.
The symbols, designed by the Heraldic Art d.o.o. company, from Rijeka, were approved on 24 November 2003 by the "Ministry of Justice and Local Government of the Republic of Croatia, Commission for the Approval of Coat of Arms and Flag" (full administrative reference to the approval is given in the Preamble of the Statutory Decision).
The flag is in proportions 1:2, dark blue with the coat of arms, bordered yellow, in the middle.
The flag is also used with the elements of the ceremonial flag in it: inscription above the arms and branches below (photo, photo, photo).
Željko Heimer, Tomislav Šipek & Marko Vitez, 16 August 2016
Coat of arms of Fažana - Image by Željko Heimer, 5 June 2013
The coat of arms is "Azure an old amphora or".
Fažana was the site of amphore production and export in the Antiquity.
Željko Heimer & Tomislav Šipek, 3 November 2007
Ceremonial flag of Fažana - Image by Željko Heimer, 5 June 2013
The ceremonial flag (photos, Amforica magazine, No. 21) is a dark blue yellow bordered gonfalon ending triangularly with a fringe, the coat of arms in the centre of it, topped with the name of the municipality in Croatian and Italian above it and grapevine and olive branches below.
Željko Heimer, 13 January 2011
Table flag of Fažana - Image by Željko Heimer, 15 August 2016
The table flag (photo) is virtually the same as the ceremonial flag, minus the fringe, with minor differences in the relative position and size of the elements.
Željko Heimer & Ivan Grbac, 15 August 2016