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Swainsboro, Georgia (U.S.)

Emanuel County

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[Flag of Swainsboro, Georgia] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 July 2007



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Description of the Flag

A ~1:2 white flag with thin (~1/14th of the height) offset cross, golden and heavily fimbriated in black and with a black dashed line on both arms, suggesting a road intersection. On the canton a green tree and, along each cross-arm, "US HWY. 80" (horiz.) and "US HWY. 1" (vert.) in small black sans serif capitals. On the upper fly panel "City of" above "Swainsboro" in large bold black serifed capitals, and on bottom fly panel ""Where Main Streets Meet"" in smaller bold black serifed letters.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 July 2007

Swainsboro is a city located in Emanuel County, Georgia. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 6,943. The city is the county seat of Emanuel County. The main campus of East Georgia College is located in Swainsboro.
Valentin Poposki, 19 July 2007

It seems that the flag was manufactured with two identical (not mirrored) faces, with the cross always offset to the viewer's left hand, regardless of the pole position. My guess is this is to allow the city name to read left-to-right regardless of which side was being viewed.
Ned Smith, 20 July 2007