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image by Sebastià Herreros and Blas Delgado
Flag adopted 2nd Sep 1992
From the Catalan Vexillological Association website (my translation):
County (comarca): Alt Empordà
Meaning: The two triangles represent a spearhead. The spear is the symbol of St Maurice, the town's patron saint. The chessrook (Catalan roc) stands for the Rocabertí family, former feudal lords and marquises of Sant Mori.
Area: 7.44 km²
Population (1991): 146
Santiago Dotor, 08 Oct 2001
A yellow flag with a red hoist triangle reaching the fly edge and a yellow hoist triangle half as long, the latter bearing a blue chessrook. Colours and chessrook from the city arms, as it appears in the Catalan Vexillological Association website.
Santiago Dotor, 26 Dec 2002
image from Eduardo Panizo's Vexilla Hispanica, 25 Jul 2003