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Trujillo Alto (Puerto Rico)

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by Blas Delgado , 27 Febuary 2000

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The Flag

The new flag is at site (Not available anymore) , a white field with new CoA. Trujillo Alto is is in northeast Puerto Rico; it was founded in 1801 (?) and there are 61,120 Trujillanos; it is known as the pueblo of "Los Arrecostaos".
Jarig Bakker , 5 Febuary 2000

The CoA as well as the flag were changed by the present municipal administration by means of Ordinance 19, 1997-98 series, of May 29, 1998.
The flag appears to be 8:9 in size. So I draw it that way.
Blas Delgado , 27 Febuary 2000

Previous Flag

by Blas Delgado

I located a flag from site (Not available anymore) which is the old flag, also to be found on lexjuris site, based on the old CoA. This was designed in 1973; the dots stand for the 13 provinces of the kings of Castilla y Arago'n. The flag was designed in 1982 by Pedro R. Di'az, and had as motive the 'Olimpiadas Ji'baras', celebrated by the municipios.
Jarig Bakker, 5 Febuary 2000

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