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Municipality of Fasnia (Tenerife Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Province, Canary Islands, Spain)

Last modified: 2010-03-20 by eugene ipavec
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With Arms
[Municipality of Fasnia (Tenerife Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Province, Canary Islands, Spain)]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 03 Apr 2008
Without Arms
[Municipality of Fasnia (Tenerife Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Province, Canary Islands, Spain)]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 03 Apr 2008
 
 


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Description

According to Heraldica Institucional de Canarias the new flag is a horizontal red over blue bicolour. Maybe the flag is used since 1992 (BOC xx/01/1992).

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 14 Apr 2007

The municipality of Fasnia is allowed to use a bicoloured flag with coat of arms. (Here I chose the, probably official, tinctures of Erbez. The tinctures of the chief in the Military Museum of Santa Cruz de Tenerife were different (darker).

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 03 Apr 2008

Flag adopted in 1998.

Source: "El Día," 03 Aug 2008

Ivan Sache, 07 Aug 2008


Former Flag

[Municipality of Fasnia (Tenerife Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Province, Canary Islands, Spain)]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Apr 2007

A white flag with the coat of arms in its centre. I spotted this flag on 30 January in the Military Museum of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

Sources and Credits

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Apr 2007


Coat of Arms

Shield is divided per fess, the chief is slightly bigger. In the chief are two black mountains over two dark blue fessy wavy lines all in a golden (yellow) field. In the base are three golden (yellow) sheaves of grain in a blue field. The shield is topped by a coronet.

The coat of arms was established by decree of the government (of Spain?) of 25 October 1968.

Sources and Credits; Simbolos De Canarias website by José Manuel Erbez

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 19 Apr 2007 and 21 Mar 2008

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