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image by Olivier Touzeau, 8 May 2008
Jinotega flag is vertical green, white, red with the arms in
Source: Elisabet Ollé personal observation.
Jaume Ollé, 5 April 2008
Jinotega is the capital of Jinotega Department in the north
central region of Nicaragua. Information about the city at wikipedia.
The flag can be seen at <www.alcaldiajinotega.gob.ni> with information in Spanish.
According to the description, the flag proportion is 3:5 and the image on the site is not accurate.
Olivier Touzeau and Dov Gutterman, 8 May and 16 July 2008
Translated from this site: "The inner [stripe] is red
vermilion and symbolizes the fully ripe coffee, coffee being the
main crop and the main factor of development of agriculture. Red
also symbolizes the vigor and valor of Jinotega's sons when
defending its territory. Dimensions: 0.50 m in width x 0.90 m in
The central [stripe] is zinc white and symbolizes the inhabitants' aspiration to peace. Dimensions: 0.50 m in width x 0.90 m in length. The outer [stripe] is emerald green andsymbolizes the production and abundance of natural resources. Dimensions: 0.50 m in width x 0.90 m in length."
Ivan Sache, 16 May 2008
image from <www.alcaldiajinotega.gob.ni>