Drenthe

Drenthe

Drenthe, in the east of the Netherlands, used to be part of the bishopric of Utrecht. The flag, adopted on 19 February 1947, has the colours white and red, the traditional Saxon colours. The six stars symbolise the six ''dingspels'' or jurisdictions of the province (Zuidenveld, Oostermoer, Noordenveld, Rolder, Beiler en Dieverder). The tower represents the castle of Coevorden, from where Drenthe traditionally was ruled.

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