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Lares

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1952 - Present
Municipality
Ratio

2:3

It is worth noting that for once, the Coat of Arms is inspired by the flag. At the end of May/beginning of June, 1868, in a meeting of the Junta Centro Bravo, don Manuel Rojas presented the design of a flag, imagined by Dr. Ramón [Ramo'n] Emeterio Betances, to be used as a symbol of the Grito de Lares and flag of Puerto Rico when the nation's independence would be gained. [FOTW]

Las Marías

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Unknown - Present
Municipality
Ratio

2:3

Lethbridge

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21 March, 1971 - Present
Municipality
Ratio

1:2

Lévis

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09 December, 2002 - Present
City
Ratio

2:3

"...the flag of the City of Lévis uses the colors of the emblems of François Gaston, Duke of Lévis. Black and gold crossed with a white cross, the flag of the City of Lévis fully respects the rules of heraldry. In shape and composition, it was inspired by the type of regimental flag commanded by the Chevalier de Lévis. Gold represents faith in the future, strength and wealth. Black symbolizes firmness and vigilance. White gives perspective to the whole. The flag is added to the coat... Read More