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Cádiz Province (Andalusia, Spain)

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[Cádiz Province (Andalusia, Spain)]
by Jens Pattke, modified by Santiago Dotor



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Description

According to the Manual del Estado Español (Handbook of the Spanish State, Spanish text only) by Editorial Lama:

Pascal Vagnat, 16 July 1999

I guess that orlada means that the flag has a border divided in alternating red and white squares, each charged respectively with a golden castle with blue windows and gate (on the red squares) and a purple [or red] lion (on the white squares). This border is quite common in Hispanic coats-of-arms.

António Martins, 16 July 1999

The source for Jens Pattke's image is Ministerio para las Administraciones Públicas 1992.

Falko Schmidt, 14 January 2002

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