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English: Coat of arms of Mayotte
Français : Armoiries de fr:Mayotte
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Source Flag of Mayotte (local).svg
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  • Flag of Mayotte (local).svg licensed with PD-because
    • 2006-02-18T08:33:43Z Denelson83 750x500 (127836 Bytes) Local, unofficial representative flag of [[w:Mayotte|]], from the xrmap flag collection 2.9. It's easy to put a border around this flag: {{border|[[Image:Flag of Mayotte (local).svg|100px]]}} {{Insignia2}} {{PD}} [[Category:

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current15:29, 30 March 2011Thumbnail for version as of 15:29, 30 March 2011506 × 307 (96 KB)Xfigpowerfond blanc du blason (et non transparent)
15:21, 30 March 2011Thumbnail for version as of 15:21, 30 March 2011506 × 307 (96 KB)Xfigpower{{Information |Description={{fr|Armoiries de fr:Mayotte}} |Source=*File:Flag_of_Mayotte_(local).svg |Date=2011-03-30 15:20 (UTC) |Author=*File:Flag_of_Mayotte_(local).svg: from the xrmap flag collection 2.9. *derivative work: ~~~ |Permiss
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