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by Blas Delgado, 14 November 2004
I located a flag at
"pueblos-de-puertorico" site (defunct) ; same flag to
be found on the Lexjuris site.
This city is in Guayama District, southeast Puerto Rico.
Jarig Bakker , 26 January 2000
The flag of Arroyo in "pueblos-de-puertorico" site
is very badly drawn, being orange over black with the seal in the
middle (not the one depicted). Arroyo flag has two horizontal
bands of equal size. The orange and black colors keep alive a
past filled with adventure and accomplishment. The Coat of Arms
goes at the center of the flag.
Blas Delgado Ortiz, 6 Febuary and 6 April 2001
I have seen the flag flown without the Coat of Arms's scroll
and with a more standard mural crown, very similar to the
Lexjuris version. Ratio is 2:3.
Blas Delgado, 14 November 2004
by Nelson Román, 21 July 2004
The municipal authorities officially approved this shield on
the 31st of March, 1970. The Old Church in ruins: represents the
historical monument where Arroyo began. The scapulary: symbolize
the patron saint, Virgen del Carmen (Virgin Carmen).
The "guajanas" flowers: remember the sugar cane of Arroyo and the Sugar central station of Lafayette. The telegraph posts: symbolize the installation of the telegraphic line by the inventor Samuel B. Morse. The sea and the fish: represent the fishermen and the fishing industry of the town. The old tower: symbolizes the patriotics fights of the arroyans in the "Sierrita". The landscape in green: the vegetation of Arroyo. The mural crown with 3 towers because Arroyo is a Town. This symbolizes protection and union of the citizens. The banner with the municipality name Arroyo and his nick name Pueblo Grato (Pleasing Town).
Nelson Román, 21 July 2004