Last modified: 2010-03-20 by eugene ipavec
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image by Santiago Dotor and Blas Delgado
Vertically striped blue-green-violet (or dark pink) in proportions 1+1+2, with the coat-of-arms centred and eight yellow stars describing a semicircle around its fly side. There is a photograph in this website.
Santiago Dotor, 08 Nov 2001
The fly in the flag shown in this website appears to be dark pink and definitely contrasts with the red in the coat-of-arms.
Blas Delgado, 11 Nov 2001
That photograph shows very distorted shades of regular (green and red) colours, due to light effects on a very shiny (silk or glossy polyester) surface. The different colour on the arms can be due to the fact that on those quality flags the arms is normally embroidered onto the flag using a different material. Nonetheless, I must admit – comparing with the nearby flags of Spain and Cantabria in that webpage – that the fly is not medium red.
Santiago Dotor, 13 Nov 2001