Flag of Lodz (Lódzkie)

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That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Lodz (Lódzkie)

This is what an AI says about the Lodz (Lódzkie) flag
The flag of the Federal Land of Lodz is a symbol of identity and pride of the people of the region. It is a symbol of the reconstruction of the region after the Second World War. The flag is a combination of the colors white, blue and red, which symbolize the Polish nation.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Lodz (Lódzkie) flag
The flag of Lodz is a variant of the Polish flag. It was adopted in 2000 and is a combination of red and white, symbolizing the Polish colors. The flag also contains a coat of arms representing a lily with a crown, which is a symbol of the city of Lodz.
This is how an AI describes the Lodz (Lódzkie) flag
The flag of the federal state of Lodz (Lódzkie) in Poland consists of two horizontal stripes of the same size. The upper stripe is white, the lower stripe is red. In the center there is a black coat of arms showing a white flag with a golden lion. The lion is the official symbol of the state of Lodz. On the left side of the coat of arms there is a white star, which is the symbol of the Polish nation.

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