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Diário de Notícias newspaper

DN flag
image by António Martins, 30 Oct 2005

Diário de Notícias is the oldest portuguse newspaper in print. Atop its Lisbon headquarters two flag poles fly what seems to be the flag of this newspaper; the only other flag there, in a taller central pole, is the portuguese national flag. (And not the flag of the owning company, currently Lusomundo, S.A.)

The flag of Diário de Notícias is a horizontal triband of white, light blue and medium blue. On the lower stripe, the title head of newspaper, which has changed very little since its founding, set in white black-letter.

António Martins, 30 Oct 2005

The white part is half of the flag, specs about (27+7+20):81.
António Martins, 30 Oct 2005

Expolíngua Portugal trade exhibition

Expolíngua flag
image by António Martins, 16 Nov 2004

Expolíngua Portugal is a yearly event organized by an eponymous company, usually in Lisbon and some times in Oporto. It is a fair for companies and other entities in the language trade — mostely foreign language schools and publishers, but also some cultural institutions, visited by specialists and by the general public. Its flag is white with the two-colored logo, the slab serif capital lettering "Expolíngua" in green, above, and "Portugal", in red; the first "o" is replaced by a circular highly stylized armillary sphere.
António Martins, 16 Nov 2004

Europa-América Publishers
Publicações Europa-América

Europa-América Publishers
image by António Martins, 14 Feb 1999

It shows the company monogram (double "E" over an "A") white on the red central panel of a vert triband whose lateral panels are horizontally divided in three blue parts — light, medium and dark, from top to bottom. (This is another flagoid, as the company logo shows this design in a wavy pattern.)
António Martins, 09 Aug 2004

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