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Lombardy - Mountain Communities (Lombardy, Italy)

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Bergamo Province - Mountain Communities

Here are flags or symbols of Bergamasque "Comunitą montane" (mountain communities), in Lombardy, Northern Italy. These communities are association of municipalities located in the same valley, and have administrative, economic and police patrol duties. These flags are quite recent: these communities where established in the '70s, so they are maximum 30 years old.
In Bergamo province we have 8 "Comunnitą montane".
Fabio Facoetti, 19 May 2003

The designs seems to be modern ones in contrast with Valle San Martino that had a more traditional flag.
Jaume Olle', 1 June 2003

Monte Bronzone e Basso Sebino


by Fabio Facoetti, 19 May 2003

Alto Sebino

No flag was reported.

Val Cavallina


by Fabio Facoetti, 19 May 2003

Valle Seriana Superiore

No flag was reported.

Val di Scalve

No flag was reported.

Vall'Imagna


by Fabio Facoetti, 19 May 2003

Val Brembana

No flag was reported.

Val Seriana


by Fabio Facoetti, 19 May 2003

The symbol has been adopted the 21 january 1988, and it represents the most important elements of Valle Seriana landscape (the Cornagera rock and it slopes and the Serio river), history (the Sanctuary of San Patrizio in Colzate and the ancient roman bridge in Albino) and activity (the chimneys of the thermoelectric central in Villa di Serio).
Fabio Facoetti, 2 June 2003


Lecco Province - Mountain Communities

Until 1992, Bergamo Province had 9 communities (there was Valle San Martino, too), but it became part of Lecco province.
Fabio Facoetti, 19 May 2003

Valle San Martino


by Fabio Facoetti, 19 May 2003

Previous Flag


by Jaume Olle', 2 June 2003

Source: Flag Report 24.
Jaume Olle', 2 June 2003