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Bergamo Province (Lombardy, Italy)

Provincia di Bergamo

Last modified: 2004-12-27 by dov gutterman
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Province Flag

It is used since 1869 when, thank to royal decrees, Italian provinces adopted their own coat of arm. The shield has a Samnite shape, with 2 vertical division: the left one has red and yellow vertical stripes, the right one has orizontal stripes. The little shield in the middle has a running deer in the red lower half, and an eagle in the yellow upper half; over it there is a crown pertaining to a marquess. Over the whole shield a crown with a bay and an oak breanch.
Fabio Facoetti, 21 May 2003

According to <> the flag is vertically divided red-yellow and charged with the inner part of the coat of arms. Acording to <> the flag is indeed a red-yellow.
Dov Gutterman, 18 November 2004

Reported Flags

by Fabio Facoetti, 21 May 2003

by Roberto Breschi from CISV (based on Vex. It., 1, 2002)