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by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, March 09, 2005.
See: Flag of Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, March 09, 2005.|
See: Coat of arms on white background: unofficial flags
INEGI and SEP
Reported by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, October 06, 2001.
Description of the arms:
Main objects: A red cross, a fortress, and the colums with two ribbons read "Plvs
The texts: "Vera" over the cross.
Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, May 06, 2001
Description in Spanish could be found here:
The official web site of the Veracruz Government
Reported by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán
Click here to see the flag
This flag is hoisted in the "Sala de Banderas" (state governor's place-work), along with
the National flag, at the Government
headquarters in Xalapa, State's capital city. The flag is but the classic white field
charged with the State's coat of arms, with the addition to the white field of an all-around
red-and-green narrow border.
Besides, the flag is to be exclusive for Government usage. It is flown during governors, federal or other sort of meetings, most of them with the governor present, inside and outside the State's territory.
Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, March 10, 2005.
Photo taken on December 2004 in the "Sala de Banderas" (Flags room), at the State's government headquarters in Xalapa, depicting in last plain Veracruz-Llave Governor Fidel Herrera Beltrán (center); behind, on the wall, a picture of former Mexican President Benito Juárez García (above center), the National flag (left), the Veracruz-Llave flag (righ), and the coat of arms of Mexico (above left) and Veracruz-Llave's (above right).
Click to enlarge
Courtesy: Government of the State of Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave
Posted by: Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, March 10, 2005.
by António Martins
During a last visit of the spanish kings a flag diagonally divided to the
upper hoist to lower fly, red at hoist and white at fly, was flown
at least in one of the towns of indigenous majority that they visited in Veracruz.
Jaume Ollé, 12 May 1998