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City of L'Hospitalet de Llobregat (Catalonia, Spain)

Barcelona Province

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[City of L'Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona Province, Catalonia, Spain)] 2:3
by Eduardo Panizo



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Introduction

It is not clear that the above image (source: Banderas, #38, 1991) is the current flag. It shows the municipal arms, as shown in the municipal website (image here) on a white field, with the Catalan flag placed vertically along the hoist. By the way, I believe that Catalan regulations on local flags do not allow for coats-of-arms (in the sense of the escutcheon with/without crown) being displayed on flags.

Santiago Dotor, 17 September 2002


Variant 1

[City of L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, variant 1 (Barcelona Province, Catalonia, Spain)] 2:3
by Eduardo Panizo

Source: Banderas, #38, 1991. This is a mistaken or obsolete coat-of-arms, since the municipal website shows (image here) the one at the top.

Santiago Dotor, 19 July 2001


Variant 2

[City of L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, variant 2 (Barcelona Province, Catalonia, Spain)] 2:3
by Eduardo Panizo

Source: Banderas, #4, 1981. I find it weird that the nicest flag of L'Hospitalet (in my humble opinion) is the oldest one, while the two most recent follow the typical arms-on-flag model.

Santiago Dotor, 19 July 2001

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