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Ambrizete (Angola)

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Ambrizete - background

Following the independence of Angola, Ambrizete has been re-named N'zeto.  The municipality is located in Zaire Province of northern Angola on the Atlantic coast.
Valentin Poposki, 03 Aug 2022

Ambrizete - former municipal Arms and flag


During the colonial era, the town of Ambrizete was officially designated Council of Ambrizete (Concelho do Ambrizete). It's colonial symbols were approved by the Portuguese Ministry of Overseas Territories and published on 15 March 1962.

image by Valentin Poposki, 03 Aug 2022


The colonial Arms were gold, dressed in green, and loaded with a painted black, speckled with silver and pecked in red bird (Guinea Fowl), accompanied by a head and a corner of the old Portuguese shield and at the tip of a blue anchor.

images by Valentin Poposki, 03 Aug 2022


The colonial flag was quartered white and black with the Arms in the centre.  Cords and tassels of silver and black.
Valentin Poposki, 03 Aug 2022