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Municipality of Pedreguer (Alicante Province, Valencian Community, Spain)

Marina Alta County

Last modified: 2010-03-20 by eugene ipavec
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[Municipality of Pedreguer (Alicante Province, Valencian Community, Spain)]
image by Jose Antonio Jimenez Ruiz, 19 May 2009



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Introduction

In the province of Alicante, there are several municipalities that have the Aragonese colours (yellow flag with four red stripes) with the municipal CoA in the center. The municipality of Pedreguer (29,57 km² and 7.480 hab., 2008) is located in the comarca of Marina Alta.

Jose Antonio Jimenez Ruiz, 19 May 2009


Description

Aprobación

"Resolución de 28 de febrero de 1992, del conseller de Administración Pública. (DOGV núm. 1.760 de 7 de abril de 1992 – BOE núm. 103 de 29 de abril de 1992)."

Source: Escuts y Banderes dels Municipis de la Comunitat Valenciana 2003 [gva03]

Jose Antonio Jimenez Ruiz, 19 May 2009

"Flag of proportions 2:3; in a golden field, four bars gules, and in the center the municipal arms."

Eugene Ipavec, 19 May 2009


Coat of Arms

[Municipality of Pedreguer (Alicante Province, Valencian Community, Spain)]
image by Jose Antonio Jimenez Ruiz, 19 May 2009

Aprobación

"Resolución de 11 de noviembre de 1994, del conseller de Administración Pública. (DOGV núm. 2.434, de 24 de enero de 1995)."

Descripción

«Escudo cuadrilongo de punta redonda. En campo de oro, un montículo pedregoso, de su color, sosteniendo una torre con una almena asolada, también de su color, en la parte superior de la torre la señera real, con el asta en vertical. Al timbre, corona real abierta.»

Fundamentos

"Escudo donde se han intercalado elementos parlantes: el montículo, con los históricos: el castillo y las armas reales."

Source: Escuts y Banderes dels Municipis de la Comunitat Valenciana 2003 [gva03]

Jose Antonio Jimenez Ruiz, 19 May 2009

"Description:

Rectangular shield with rounded point. In a gold field, a rocky mound proper, supporting a tower with damaged battlements, also proper, on the upper part of the tower the royal Senyera on a vertical staff. Surmounted by a royal open crown."

Derivation:

The shield intersperses canting elements (the mount), with historic ones (castle and royal arms)."

Eugene Ipavec, 19 May 2009