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Tuliszków district (Poland)
Turek county, Wielkopolskie voivodship
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Gmina Tuliszków is an urban-rural gmina (commune) in Turek County,
Greater Poland Voivodship,
in west-central Poland. Its seat is the town of Tuliszków, which lies
approximately 16 kilometres
(10 mi) north-west of Turek and 101 km (63 mi) east of the regional
Area: 149.44 sq.km (57.7 sq.mi)
Population: 10,510 (2006)
First mentioned in 1362
City rights granted in 1458
Most famous native son was Knight Janusz of Tuliszków - Castellan of
Kalisz, royal envoy to the Grand
Master of the Teutonic Knights, close friend of King Władysław
Jagiełło, participant of the Battle of Grunwald
(Tannenberg), after which made the royal governor (starosta) of Gdańsk
Later represented the King and Poland at the Council of Constance
(1414-18) and was the royal envoy
to Hungary and Austria.
In December 1939 the Nazis organized here the first Jewish ghetto in
1793 - Tuliszków included in Prussian zone of partition of Poland
- 1807 - included in Grand Duchy of Warsaw
- 1815 - assigned to the Russian Congress Kingdom of Poland
Original Arms adopted in 1994, changed on September 19, 2007 and changed again
on July 24, 2008 (resolution # XVIII/130/08)
Flag: in present form adopted on July 24, 2008 (resolution # XVIII/130/08):
rectangular piece of cloth in the ratio of 5:8 and red-orange (rudy) color
with the Arms in its center
Colors in CMYK system:
White: C=0; M=0; Y=0; K=0
Red-orange (rudy): C=0; M=75; Y=85; K=0
Black: C=0; M=0; Y=0; K=100
Chrystian Kretowicz 28 Nov 2008
The first flag adopted in September 2007 had the Arms with the three
Tuliszków Coat of Arms
"Arms: on the white shield a red-orange (rudy) fox walking to the right."
Tuliszków former Coats of Arms
The 2007 Arms had three black rhombus-like devices added. Supposedly, it was
to represent jewels from Janusz of Toliszów CoA "Dryja", but the resemblance
was vague and in 2008 the Council decided to remove it altogether.
The original (1994) Arms had a supporter in the image of Janusz of Tuliszków,
but the Heraldic Commission didn't think much of that idea.
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