Last modified: 2013-06-01 by alex danes
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image by Jose Antonio Jimenez, 20 March 2013
On the official Alba County page, you can see a flag, red and white divided with the shield next to the hoist:
"The flag of Alba County has a red background (PANTONE RED; C0, M100, Y100, K0) with a triangular insertion (PANETONE TRANS.WHITE; C0, M0, Y0, K0) and the county's coat of arms in the middle of the white triangle. Proportion between width and length is 2:3. The white triangle has 2 equal sides; the third side is leaned at 45 degrees. The height of the coat of arms is 1/4 of the flag's width and it is placed at 1/10 of the flag's width from the left and upper sides."Jose Antonio Jimenez, 20 March 2013
image by István Molnár, 15 June 2006
The flag is vertically divided yellow and blue, with the county coat of arms
centred. I have seen this flag in Alba Iulia city on the County Hall.
István Molnár, 15 June 2006
You can see the Coat of Arms of Alba County here: http://www.cjalba.ro/rom/drapelul.htm. It consists of a shield vertically divided, the dexter field blue with a Roman soldier in armour (white) carrying a black shield with the letters V RR on it. The sinister half is divided horizontally, the upper part red, with a silver castle gate, an aurochs head, and sun, moon, and star symbols (silver); the lower half yellow, with a brown oval disk bearing a pine tree, and around written SIGULLU PRAEFACTOREI AURARIEI GEMINE.