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Salamanca Province (Castilla y León, Spain)

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[Province flag]

Flag of Salamanca Province - Image by "HansenBCN" (Wikimedia Commons), 21 June 2011

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Presentation of Salamanca Province

Salamanca Province (353,619 inhabitants in 2010; 12,350 sq. km) is located in the southwest of Castilla y León.

Ivan Sache, 21 June 2011

Flag of Salamanca Province

The flag of Salamanca Province (photo) is purple with the provincial coat of arms in the center.
The flag has proportions 2:3, with the height of the coat of arms about one third of the flag's hoist.

Santiago Dotor & Ivan Sache, 21 June 2011

Coat of arms of Salamanca Province

The arms of Salamanca Province (image) are quartered with the arms of its five Legal Districts (partidos judiciales) arranged as follows:
1. Azure three columns of a ruined Roman temple or (Ciudad Rodrigo);
2. Azure five bees or per satire (Béjar);
3. Argent five towers or masoned sable per saltire (Peñaranda de Bracamonte);
4. Argent a feather gules a sword argent hilted or per saltire ensigned with a St. Anthony's Cross azure (Vitigudino);
Inescutcheon: Per pale, 1. A stone bridge proper masoned sable passant on it a bull sable a fig tree eradicated vert, 2. Or four pales gules a bordure azure eight crosses patty argent, grafted in chief argent two lions without tail, tongue and claws proper issuant from the flanks affronty (Salamanca).

Ivan Sache, 21 June 2011

Other representation of the flag of Salamanca Province

[Province flag]

Other representation of the flag of Salamanca Province - Image by Jens Pattke, 16 January 2002

This particular representation of the flag is given by Banderas y Escudos de las provincias de España [e9s92], published in 1992 by the Spanish Ministry of Public Administration.

Falko Schmidt, 16 January 2002