Last modified: 2010-03-20 by eugene ipavec
Keywords: vilagrassa | quartered: saltire | triangle: top (blue) | triangle: bottom (blue) | stripes: 18 (yellow-red) | discs: 10 (white) |
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image by Blas Delgado
Flag adopted 23 Sep 1999
Flag quartered in saltire. Blue top and bottom each with five white discs in the shape of a cross, the discs as wide as 1/12 of the flag's height and separated from one another by 1/36 of the flag's height, centred on each triangle. Yellow hoist and fly each with four vertical red stripes.
The flag is a banner of the arms (blazoned Quarterly per saltire: 1 and 4 Azure five plates crosswise, 2 and 3 Or four pallets Gules). The plates are a traditional local symbol of unknown origin, the yellow-red stripes are a reminder of the jurisdiction of the Kings of Aragon. Flag adopted 23rd September 1999. Source for image and text: Fluvià 2001.
Some additional information, extracted from this webpage of the Statistics Institute of Catalonia (Idescat):
Area (km2): 19.9As a matter of curiosity, vila grassa means "greasy village" in Catalan.
Population (2001): 402
Santiago Dotor, 15 Jan 2002