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image by Mello Luchtenberg, 16 April 2001
The Gonfalone and the emblem were adopted
on 15 December 1989. The emblem is a white square fimbriated
green with a stylized shape of the region in green. A red line
appear under the square with the words Regione Emilia-Romagna.
The gonfalon is white with the emblem in the middle. There
isnt any official flag.
Pascal Vagnat, 22 September 1998
Emilia-Romagna has not adopted its flag, but is on the way of
adopting one. A proposal of regional law was made on the
30/3/1999. The picture of the flag isn't fixed, but it shall have
the emblem (logo) of the region in the middle. The gonfalon of
the region is white with the logo, so it might be that the flag
will also be white, but wait and see...
Source: website of the Emilia-Romagna region <www.regione.emilia-romagna.it>.
Pascal Vagnat, 7 July 1999
Emilia regional flag is white with the regional logo.
Jaume Ollé, 2 April 2000
No official flag was adopted, though a proposal of law was
presented in 1999.
Pascal Vagnat, 2 May 2003
image by Mello Luchtenberg, 8 July 2002
I found this picture on the net. It is the gonfalon of the
Emilia-Romagna region. the original picture can be seen at
Mello Luchtenberg, 8 July 2002
image by Antonio Martins, 26 March 2000
This Italian group uses two symbols with flags. You can see
them here and here . Those images are taken
from the movement site at <utenti.tripod.it/libertaemiliana>.
Dov Gutterman , 15 October 1999
This movement is not pro-independence, rather for autonomy
within the Italian State. In this case I can say there is no
Emilia nation at all, as we were built up from different cultural
and ethnical areas in the last 150 years. All cities here
developed as independent entities, fighting one another for an
ephimeral supremacy, under the flags with the eagle of the Empire
or the keys of the Pope.
Pier Paolo Lugli , 15 October 1999
This is similar to the Emilian
League flag , but lack the stripes with lys.
Jaume Ollé, 2 April 2000
"Libertà Emiliana", "Nazione Emilia" and
"Rumagna" ARE NOT part of "Lega
Nord", but are different parties.
Matteo Colaone, 29 September 2000
image by Jaume Ollé, 8 November 2003
Some time ago I received from Massimo Bonini a photocopy of a
page of an Italian magazime where there is an article about a new
proposal for a flag (and arms) of the Emilian Nation, bearing a
narrow gold border. This was published in Flag Report some time
ago without gold border so the image published is wrong. Bonini
send me the article which is waiting for correction that will be
issued in a next Flag Report. The arms and flag are shows in this
magazime. The arms and flag are same, the flag square and the
arms in form of a shield. The flags is describe as gothic shield
quartered with red cross (St George
cross) in argent field in quarters 1 and 4, and argent "estense" eagle in azur field (in 2 and 3) all borderd gold.
Estense is for the Este dinasty that ruled Modena, Ferrara. Mirandola, Carpi, Reggio, Novellara, Correggio, Polesine emiliano, Frignano, Upper Garfagnana, Lunigiana and Carrara. Furthermore the mountainous region in Emilia is called Paese delle Aquile (Eagle Country). The red cross is the symbol in Bobbio, Bologna, Ferrara, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Reggio and Guastalla.
Jaume Ollé, 8 November 2003
image from wikipedia
Here is the flag of the Romagna Region of northern Italy from wikipedia. It is
labeled as an unofficial flag.
Ron Lahav and Eugene Ipavec, 1 February 2008
image from <www.regione.emilia-romagna.it>