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Duitama (Boyaca, Colombia)

Municipio Duitama

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by Felipe Carrillo, 16 May 2002



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Overview

Here is a description of a flag automatically translated from Spanish:
"Adopted by 022, 1961 Municipal Agreement. Three horizontal stripes with the colors green, black and red glazes for the fields that hold the shield. The first strip will be half of the flag and the other two in the same size, occupy the other half of the banner. Its size will be one third longer than wide.
The color green represents the unwavering enthusiasm of its people for freedom, respectful and helpful spirit, and the fertility of agricultural and hope in their future, the color black represents obedience and servitude imposed by Spain to the indigenous race in the conquest and colonization, the red represents the courage, boldness and lofty view of the local breed and their warlike exploits."
Source: http://www.concejodeduitama.gov.co/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=20
Aleksandar Nemet, 18 December 2011


Coat of Arms


by Felipe Carrillo, 16 May 2002