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Municipality of La Victoria de Acentejo (Tenerife Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Province, Canary Is

Muy Ilustre Ayuntamiento de la Villa de La Victoria de Acentejo

Last modified: 2010-03-20 by eugene ipavec
Keywords: la victoria de acentejo | tenerife | coat of arms | tree: pine (proper) | pine | guanche | banot | staff (gold) | sword (gold) | olive branch (gold) | crown | hoist triangle (white) |
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[Municipality of La Victoria de Acentejo (Tenerife Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Province, Canary Islands, Spain)] 2:3
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 29 Apr 2007
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[Municipality of La Victoria de Acentejo (Tenerife Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Province, Canary Islands, Spain)] 2:3
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 24 Mar 2008
 
 



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Description

The flag of La Victoria de Acentejo is green with a white triangle. The base of the triangle fills the complete hoist and its sharp point touches the centre of the fly end. The flag's ratio is 2:3, according to BOC No. 162 from 19 August 2005 p. 16345, where you can see an image of the flag. In the centre of the flag is the coat of arms. I have to give very special thanks to Sr. Gabriel Pérez from the local municipality who made it possible for me to look into Heraldica Institucional de Canarias.

Sources and Credits

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 29 Apr 2007

Flag adopted in 2005.

Source: "El Día," 03 Aug 2008

Ivan Sache, 07 Aug 2008


Coat of Arms

The coat of arms is a shield divided per pale. On the right side is a green pine tree in a silver (white) field. On the left side in a red field is a sword crossed by a Guanche stick both superimposed by a branch of olive tree. All objects are silver (white). The shield is topped by a crown.

Escudo partido; primero, de plata, el pino de sinople; segundo, de gules, una espada de plata encabada de oro y un "banot" guanche, colocados en aspa y cargados, en situación de palo, de una rama de olivo de plata. Al timbre Corona real cerrada.

Source: Heraldica Institucional de Canarias

The coat of arms was granted by decree of 16 March 1987 and was published in BOC No.37 on 27 March 1987.

Sources and Credits

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 29 Apr 2007

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