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Rabat-Sale (Morocco)

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1976-1997 flag (Rabat-Salé)

Rabat-Salé prov. flag
image by Dirk Schönberger, 17 Jan 1999

1968-1976 prefecture flag of Rabat-Salé

Fes pref. flag
image by Jens Pattke, 22 Jun 2001

The provincial flags of 1968-1976 are of a uniform pattern. Each is square with the arms of the province surmounted by a red schwenkel bearing a green pentagram, representing the national flag.
Jens Pattke, 13 Jun 2001

Rabat-Salé was a muncipal prefecture in the epoch 1976 to 1997.
Jens Pattke, 28 Jun 2001

The field is quarterly of blue and green. The first quarter has a gold tower rising over blue and white waves dancetty, recalling the municipal arms of the national capital, Rabat. The second quarter has a red-brown tree with gold leaves and the base dancetty is white. The third quarter bears the double-bladed yataghan (with hilt of gold and blades of silver) which forms — below the royal crown on a chef of red — the municipal arms of Salé. The fourth quarter has an embattled base of gold from which stands a white tower. An inescutcheon of gold has a white house with a green roof. (Sources: [pve69], [zna01]:232, [m9a70])
Jens Pattke, 22 Jun 2001


Early 1960ies municipal flag of Rabat

Fes mun. flag
image by Jens Pattke, 30 Jun 2001

The coat of arms and the flag is a blue field with a red shield head. In the head of the shield a yellow crown with white Salomon seal. The blue field has a gold tower rising over blue and white waves dancetty. Right and left from the tower is in each case a yellow fort. (Source: [m9a70])
Jens Pattke, 30 Jun 2001


Early 1960ies municipal flag of Salé

Fes mun. flag
image by Jens Pattke, 03 Jul 2001

The coat of arms and the flags a green field with a red shield head. In the head of the shield a yellow crown with white Salomon seal. Two cruised white sabers are behind the crown. Crown and sabers symbolize the royal seat.The green field bears the double-bladed yataghan (with hilt of gold and blades of silver) which forms — below the royal crown on a chef of red — the municipal arms of Salé. (Source: [m9a70])
Jens Pattke, 03 Jul 2001


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