Flag of Bornholm
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The flag of Bornholm emerged in the mid-1970s after a design by local painter Bent Kaas, and is used to some extent. Mainly as a souvenir bought by tourists, military units while on exercise in Denmark and on foreign missions, and by mainly German sailors visiting Bornholm. It is the Danish flag with a green Nordic cross in the centre. The green is said to symbolize the natural greenery of the island.
The flag is not officially recognized.
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