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The provincial flags of 1968-1976
are of a uniform pattern. Each is square with the arms of the
province surmounted by a red schwenkel bearing a green
pentagram, representing the national flag.
Jens Pattke, 13 Jun 2001
Casablanca was a muncipal prefecture in the epoch 1976 to 1997.
Jens Pattke, 28 Jun 2001
The prefecture — like Rabat-Salé,
Casablanca is not a province — display on
a diagonally divided shield of green (at the top and bottom) and white two
branches in gold and two anchors. The dexter anchor is blue, the sinister
red. (Sources: [pve69],
Jens Pattke, 14 Jun 2001
The city display on a with a white waving St.Andrews cross diagonally
divided shield of red (at the top and bottom)
and green (dexter and sinister) a yellow moroccan crown with white Salomon
seal (top), a black torch with yellow fire (bottom), an two symbols in gold
(sinister and dexter). The dexter symbol is a sign of the alchemy, the
sinister symbol is a cogwheel.
Jens Pattke, 29 Jun 2001
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