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Alvito Municipality (Portugal)

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[Alvito municipality]
by António Martins, 25 Feb 2000
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About the flag

It is a quite typical portuguese municipal flag, with the coat of arms centered on a plain blue background. The coat of arms is argent, a castle azure under a pair of olive branches proper tied gules; in point, a bridge sable over a wavy fess argent fimbriated azure. Mural crown argent with four visible towers (town rank) and white scroll reading in black upper case letters "VILA DE ALVITO".
António Martins, 25 Feb 2000


Version without the coat of arms

Plain (monocolored) portuguese subnational flags are not allowed to have armless variations: plain flags always carry the coat of arms.
Jorge Candeias, 18 Jul 1999


Presentation of Alvito

Alvito municipality had 2500 inhabitants in 1990, and it is divided in 2 communes, covering 261 km2. It belongs to the Beja District and to the old province of Baixo Alentejo.
António Martins, 25 Feb 2000

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