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Sukhothai Province (Thailand)

North Region

Last modified: 2020-01-15 by zachary harden
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[Sukho Thai Province (Thailand)] 2:3 image by Zachary Harden and LogoThailand, 4 January 2019



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Description of the Flag

According to the provincial website, the flag of Sukho Thai province is horizontally divided red/yellow/green (1:2:1), with the provincial seal in black lines on the upper hoist. Red stands for the extension of the territory of Sukhothai kingdom by King Ram Khamhaeng ; yellow stands for Buddhism ; and green stands for agriculture. On the staff, there are a red ribbon, a yellow ribbon and a green ribbon. See http://sukhothaipao.go.th/public/texteditor/data/index/menu/549
Olivier Touzeau, 7 October 2012


Variant

[Sukho Thai Province (Thailand)] 2:3 image by Zachary Harden and LogoThailand, 4 January 2019

There is not a clear idea of what the provincial flag looks like by way of the coloring and placement of the provincial seal. The provincial website shows the seal closer to the hoist and filled in white in various places. In a 2001 book from the Fine Arts Department shows the seal larger, transparent and touching the green bar and stopping about halfway up the red bar.
Zachary Harden, 4 January 2019