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File:Flag of Jerusalem.svg

English: Flag of the Israeli municipality of Jerusalem
עברית: דגל עיריית ירושלים
العربية: علم بلدية أورشليم القدس الإسرائيلية
Date 15 March 2007
Source own work based on Image:Flag of Jerusalem realistic colors.png (transition to svg)
Author Jüppsche
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