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Bombarral Municipality (Portugal)

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[Bombarral municipality]
by Jorge Candeias, 23 Jul 1999
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About the flag

The flag is a red flag with a typical coat of arms: 4 towered mural crown, scroll reading "VILA DE BOMBARRAL", and shield. The shield is very simple: silver with 3 bunches of purple grapes disposed in V (2+1). The grapes mean wine.
Jorge Candeias, 22 Sep 1998

Version without the coat of arms

Plain (monocolored) portuguese subnational flags are not allowed to have armless variations: plain flags always carry the coat of arms.
Jorge Candeias, 18 Jul 1999

Presentation of Bombarral

Bombarral is a town in the south of the district of Leiria, old province of Estremadura, probable future region of Ribatejo e Oeste. The municipality is rather small, 90 sq. km of area and a bit over 12 400 inhabitants distributed in 5 communes. The economy is mostly rural.
Jorge Candeias, 22 Sep 1998

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