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File:Flag of Bavaria (lozengy).svg

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Deutsch: Die Rautenflagge des Freistaates Bayern seit 1971. Das Seitenverhältnis ist nicht vorgegeben, Abbildung 3:5.
English: The lozengy variant of the flag of Bavaria.
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Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung: Wappen und Flaggen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und ihrer Länder 3. Auflage. Magdeburger Druckerei GmbH, Bonn 1994, ISBN 3-89331-206-4.
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