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Chachoengsao Province (Thailand)

Central Region

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[Chachoengsao Province (Thailand)] 2:3 image by Zachary Harden, 3 July 2020

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Description of the flag

Margenta is the color implied to sacrifie, esprit de corps from fighting and victory of King Naresuan the Great in Si Ayutthaya Age and King Taksin the Great that they fough and overcomed enemy both on land and in waterways. Yellow implies the color represents birthday of a week of His Majesty the King Rama 9. City Hall, water refers to the abundance of body moisture, peacefulness and father trying to Buddha Sothorn Bang Pakong river. The crest is a picture of Wat Sothorn Wararam Worawiharn which implied to the spiritual center that unifies the people of Chachoengsao Province together. (Source)
Zachary Harden, 3 July 2020

Former Flag

[Chachoengsao Province (Thailand)] previous flag; 2:3 image by Olivier Touzeau, 1 August 2012

According to the Thai Ministry of Interior in 2000, the flag of Cha Choeng Sao province is red with a representation of the former provincial seal. The former seal shows a pavilion on a waterfront. The current seal of the province shows Wat Sothonwararam, the temple that houses the Luangpho Phuttha Sothon, a revered statue of the Buddha.
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Even if a new seal was adopted in 2007, it looks like the flag stills bears the former seal. The provincial website shows the newer seal and the red flag with the pre-2007 seal in the flash slideshow on the top of the website. (see Same situation here: According to this website, the color red of the flag stands for the struggle and the victory of King Naresuan in the Ayutthaya period.
Olivier Touzeau, 1 August 2012