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City of Sant Mori (Girona Province, Catalonia, Spain)

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[City of Sant Mori (Girona Province, Catalonia, Spain)] 2:3
image by Sebastià Herreros and Blas Delgado
Flag adopted 2nd Sep 1992

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From the Catalan Vexillological Association website (my translation):

Province: Girona
County (comarca): Alt Empordà
Adopted: 02.09.1992
Meaning: The two triangles represent a spearhead. The spear is the symbol of St Maurice, the town's patron saint. The chessrook (Catalan roc) stands for the Rocabertí family, former feudal lords and marquises of Sant Mori.
Area: 7.44 km²
Population (1991): 146

Santiago Dotor, 08 Oct 2001

A yellow flag with a red hoist triangle reaching the fly edge and a yellow hoist triangle half as long, the latter bearing a blue chessrook. Colours and chessrook from the city arms, as it appears in the Catalan Vexillological Association website.

Santiago Dotor, 26 Dec 2002

Alternate Depiction

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image from Eduardo Panizo's Vexilla Hispanica, 25 Jul 2003