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Municipality of San Juan de Moro (Castellon Province, Valencian Community, Spain)

Last modified: 2010-03-20 by eugene ipavec
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[Municipality of San Juan de Moro (Castellon Province, Valencian Community, Spain)]
image by Michael B. Simakov, 23 Mar 2009

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Description (Spanish):

Bandera de proporciones 2:3. Enclavada en bajo. En la parte superior, de rojo un Agnus Dei blanco, con nimbus crucifero de oro, cruz de gules y bandera blanca. En la parte inferior, un muro amarillo, mazonada y aclarado de sable.
The flag was adopted on 3 May 2001.

Source: Generalitat Valenciana, Consejo Tecnico de Heraldica, Escuts i banderes dels municipis de la Comunitat Valenciana 2003. [gva03]

Michael B. Simakov, 23 Mar 2009


"The ratio is 2:3. Issuant from the base: in the upper part, upon red the white Holy Lamb of God, with a golden crossed halo, red cross and white banner [i.e. a St. George's cross]. In the lower part, a yellow wall, masoned and windowed black."

(The golden hooves should be mentioned. I don't know whether the lamb is "armed golden;" the horns apear to be white?)

Klaus-Michael Schneider and António Martins-Tuválkin, 23 Mar 2009

The "embattling" refers to the crenellations not being placed in the middle – rather, from the dividing line, crenellations of the upper field colour protrude into the lower field. So, it's not the wall that is embattled, but the division.

Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 15 Sep 2009