Starcevo Flag

The message of this flag is two churches, two crosses, one river, and one Christ.

Starcevo Flag


Starčevo is a small town within the Pančevo municipality, just north of the Danube river, and in the South Banat District of Serbia.

Archaeological excavations around the Danube have revealed a Neolithic settlement (c. 6000 BC) so naming this town Starcevo is apt. (Starcevo is Serbian for "old man's place").

The Danube is represented on the Starcevo flag as a blue horizontal line. The two red crosses are 'north' of that line, indicating they represent the location of the town.

The two crosses represent the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church, showing that whilst they may be two different congregations, Christ's Cross is the same.

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