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Subdivisions of Entre Ríos province (Argentina)
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Subdivisions of Entre Ríos province:
by António Martins, 08 Dec 2004
The cloth of the same one is divided in two horizontal fields with the colors of the arms of Between Rivers; green and red. (gules and sinople). This partimento is emphasized by a figure in strip form two-color pencil (white and yellow) that it symbolizes that is to say: from the case and towards the center, a cross doing reference to ours more remote original antecededentes of jesuítico character; from the center towards the slope, a lance of tacuara with red fastenings, mentions of our federal references. In the place of honor of the cloth a circular figure of conception containing the following elements:
Sinople: represented heráldico color in painting by the green one and the engraving by parallel oblique lines to which it goes from the right corner of the head to the left one of the end. Gules: expressed heráldico red color in red painting by the alive one and the engraving by very thick vertical lines.
- the river, Uruguay like telluric element;
- One rolls dentated, symbol of the might and the progress and an implicit reference of Represa de Salto Grande.
- a palm, typical element of the region, in an historical symbolic rescue of the original shield of lost Concord in a fire before the first centenary;
- the horizon appeared in waved form, mentions of the typical geographic feature in the region (Blade of Montiel);
- a rising sun, symbol really, Majesty, freedom and benevolence.
Dov Gutterman, 03 Mar 2002,
translating from http://www.concordia.com.ar/Concordia/simbolos.htm