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Anadia Municipality (Portugal)

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[Anadia municipality]
by Jorge Candeias, 13 Jul 1998
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About the flag

The flag is (again and boringly) typical: quarterly divided white over a reddish purple (so called wine color, I suppose the official documentation simply say "purple"), and with a typical coat of arms in the centre: 4-towered mural crown, scroll reading "ANADIA" and a black shield with a weirdly stylized vine in (somewhat) natural colours.
Jorge Candeias, 13 Jul 1998

The meaning of this coat of arms is simple: Anadia belongs to a natural region known as Bairrada, famous in Portugal through it's wines and the way the cook pork. So, the only thing missing in the coat of arms is a piglet.
Jorge Candeias, 13 Jul 1998

Version without the coat of arms

[Anadia plain flag]
by Jorge Candeias, 13 Jul 1998

Presentation of Anadia

Anadia is a town located in the south of the district of Aveiro, old province and eventually future administrative region of Beira Litoral. The municipality has an area of 217,1 sq. km and about 29 000 inhabitants distributed in 15 communes.
Jorge Candeias, 13 Jul 1998

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