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Cuba - Maritime Provinces of Spain

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Maritime Provinces of Spain

La Habana


by Jose C. Alegria, 7 November 1999

Flag of the 1845 Maritime Province of Spain.
Jose C. Alegria, 7 November 1999

Flag According to Steenbergen Book (1862)


by Jaume Ollé, 24 August 2003

No. 888 - Havana.
Source: [stb62]
Jaume Ollé, 24 August 2003


San Juan de los Remedios de Cuba


by Jose C. Alegria, 7 November 1999

Flag of the 1845 Maritime Province of Spain.
Jose C. Alegria, 7 November 1999


Santiago de Cuba


by Jose C. Alegria, 7 November 1999

Flag of the 1845 Maritime Province of Spain.
Jose C. Alegria, 7 November 1999

Flag According to Steenbergen Book (1862)


by Jaume Ollé, 12 October 2003

No. 1049 - Santiago de Cuba..
Source: [stb62]
Jaume Ollé, 12 October 2003


Trinidad de Cuba

by Jose C. Alegria 7 November 1999

Flag of the 1845 Maritime Province of Spain.
Jose C. Alegria, 7 November 1999


Nuevitas


by Jose C. Alegria, 7 November 1999

There were many changes in the maritime provinces until our days, due to independence of some countries and to administrative reorganization of the provinces. The first one is the creation of a new province in Cuba, called Nuevitas around 1851.
Jose C. Alegria, 7 November 1999


Cienfuegos


by Jose C. Alegria, 9 November 1999

In 1885 two new flags are created, both at overseas territories, Cienfuegos and Sagua la Grande , Cuba.
Jose C. Alegria, 9 November 1999

See also: City of Cienfuegos


Sagua la Grande


by Jose C. Alegria, 9 November 1999

In 1885 two new flags are created, both at overseas territories, Cienfuegos and Sagua la Grande , Cuba.
Jose C. Alegria, 9 November 1999


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