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image by Eugene Ipavec, 12 August 2008
Cucutilla is a municipality in Norte de Santander Department.
The flag of Cucutilla is only partly seen in a photo at municipal
web site and it described as horizontally divided
green-yellow with white triangle at the hoist whose top reach to
third of the flag length, Each stripe is charged with two silver
Source: municipal web site.
Dov Gutterman and Felipe Carillo, 8 August 2008
Translated from municipal
"The flag is made of a white triangle placed along the hoist, whose point reaches one third of the flag length, meaning the aspiration to peace as well as the ethical, social, cultural and religious values of the inhabitants of the village.
Two horizontal stripes, one green and the other yellow, emerging from the sides of the white triangle, represent the mountains, hope and the fields of the municipality (green) and the resources of the soil (yellow).
Each stripe is charged in the middle with two silver stars representing the "corregimientos" (hamlets) of Puente Julio Arboleda and San José de la Montaña, respectively."
Ivan Sache, 15 August 2008
image from municipal web site