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Isle of Man: Manx National Heritage

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[Manx National Heritage] image by Zoltan Horvath, 29 November 2015

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About the Flag

Manx National Heritage (Manx: Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin) is the national heritage organisation for the Isle of Man. It was established in 1951 as theManx National Trust, and its legal title is the Manx Museum and National Trust.

Manx National Heritage is responsible for:
- The Manx National Museum Service (which runs twelve museum sites)
- The National Monuments Service (which protects monuments, manages the National Monuments Record and controls archaeological investigations)
- The National Trust Service (which preserves and protects areas of natural beauty and ecological significance)
- The National Archive
- The National Art Gallery

The Manx National Heritage flag is the logo ( with the name of the government organization over a white horizontal flag as seen here (third flag from left to right):

One of these museums, the Castle Rushen (Manx: Cashtal Rosien) has its own flag, seen here:

For additional information go to:
Manx National Heritage (official websites) and

Esteban Rivera, 28 November 2015