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

formerly Vilaflor de Chasna

Last modified: 2010-03-20 by eugene ipavec
Keywords: vilaflor de chasna | tenerife | coat of arms | crown | tree (proper) | crossed keys: 2 (crossed) | mitre (golden) | keys: 2 (golden) | border (white) | grape (purple) | landscape (proper) | beanie | ribbon (green) |
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[Municipality of Vilaflor (Tenerife Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Province, Canary Islands, Spain)]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 28 Apr 2007



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Description

Vilaflor's flag is horizontally 5-striped with alternating green and white stripes beginning with a green one and the coat of arms in its centre. I spotted this flag on 30 January in the Military Museum in Sta. Cruz d. T.

Sources and Credits

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 28 Apr 2007

Flag adopted in 1993.

Source: "El Día," 03 Aug 2008

Ivan Sache, 07 Aug 2008


Coat of Arms

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[Municipality of La Matanza de Acentejo (Tenerife Island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife Province, Canary Islands, Spain)]
image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 08 May 2007

Description of coat of arms: quarterly divided shield. The first quarter shows two crossed keys with their beards pointing upside topped by some kind of mitre, all objects are golden (yellow) within a red field. The second quarter has a white border. Inside you can see a landscape with a mountain, bushes and a fountain under a light blue sky. In the third quarter is a green pine tree in a golden (yellow) field. In the fourth quarter is a purple wine grape in a grey field.

Beneath the shield is a green ribbon with yellow capitals forming the name of the municipality. The shield is topped by a crown.

Sources and Credits

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 08 May 2007

The coat of arms was established by order of the Consejería de Presidencia del Gobierno de Canarias on 19 October 1992, published in BOC on 11 November 1992.

Source: Simbolos De Canarias website by José Manuel Erbez

Klaus-Michael Schneider, 21 Mar 2008

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