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Bologna (Emilia-Romagna, Italy)

Cittá di Bologna

Last modified: 2013-01-20 by rob raeside
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Bologna : Capital of Bologna Province and of Emilia-Romagna Region; c. 500.000 inhabitants. With the oldest University in Europe, founded 1088.
Jarig Bakker, 7 September 1999

Bologna flag is flown from Leonardo da Vinci Airport, aside Italian and UE ones. Cf. I/III quarters of Bologna Coat of Arms.
André Serranho, 27 December 2000

Coat of Arms

image by André Serranho

Bologna Airport Flag

image by Eugene Ipavec, 23 October 2007

The flag of Societe Aeroporte di Bologna:  Ratio: 2: 3,  field: white,  logo  Aeroporte di Bologna in blue letters with blue airplane showing marigold SAB letters in marigold circle.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 18 October 2007

University of Bologna

The Gonfalone
image from <>, located by Dov Gutterman, 6 September 1999

The Flag
image from <>, located by Marcus Schmöger, 27 July 2002

The University of Bologna is the oldest university of Europe; one can read more about it on <> (in English). Unfortunately no info on the gonfalon.
Jarig Bakker, 7 September 1999

at <> there is a foto of the flag of the Universitá di Bologna. The text refers to 21 flags at the building, including the shown flag with the logo of the University and a flag of the Facoltà di Economia.
Marcus Schmöger, 27 July 2002

Bologna Football (Soccer) Fan Flags

image by Jorge Candeias , 2 November 1998

image by Jorge Candeias , 2 November 1998

In the recent matches between Bologna and Sporting Lisbon quite a number of fan flags where seen, from the Bologna side. one was a white flag with a red and blue diagonal and the other one a blue-red-white vertical tricolor.
Jorge Candeias, 2 November 1998

Gonfalone-Shaped Billboards

In the Bologna historical center, city ads for cultural events are pasted on metal gonfalone-shaped poster holders as seen at my photo at flicker, complete with (metal) cords and tassels.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 2 November 2007