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image by Ivan Sache, 5 January 2009
"Colegio Hispanoamericano Conde Ansúrez" was
founded in 1959 in Bogotá by three Spanish educators, Mateo
Matamala Mateo, José Manuel Macias Payo and Prudencio Gonzalez
Tejerina. The institute is named after Count (in Spanish,
"Conde") Pedro Ansúrez (d. 1117), believed to be the
founder and first lord of Valladolid, recalling that the founders
of the institute were born in Valladolid.
The flag of the institute is shown on photos taken during sports events in 2008 as blue with a red ascending diagonal stripe.
The symbols' page of the website of the institute shows the flag with the badge of the website applied in the middle, but this does not seem to match the real flag. The flag represents the integration of colours of the Spanish (red) and Colombian (blue) flags. Blue represents the ocean the founders of the institute have crossed through their new homeland.
Ivan Sache, 5 January 2009
image by Ivan Sache, 15 October 2018
The flag of Jardin infantil Construyendo con Gardner is quartered celestial
blue-white per saltire with the school's emblem in the center.
Ivan Sache, 15 October 2018
image by Ivan Sache, 04 July 2011
"Escuela Normal Superior de Convención" was founded on 16 March 1918 by
Departmental Decree No. 7 in Convención (Norte del Santander Department). The
institute is managed by the Dominican Sisters of the Presentation, a
congregation founded in 1695 by Marie Poussepin (1653-1744).
The flag of the institute, as shown graphically and described on the institute's website, is horizontally divided white-blue. White represents Mary's purity, to be accomplished by the students as the daughters of the Presentation. White also represents loyalty and honesty in a true and fair environment. Blue represents the cloak of Mary, the queen and mother of the Presentation, her kindness, her modesty and her commitment in heavens.
Ivan Sache, 04 July 2011
image by Ivan Sache, 16 December 2008
FITECDECOM ("Fundación Instituto Technologico
Cooperativo de COOMULTRASAN") was created on 31
March 1990 in Bucaramanga by the Assembly of the Delegates of the
Multitask Workers' Cooperative of Santander (COOMULTRASAN) and
recognized by the Ministry of National Education on 2 January
1992 (Decree No. 005). Its four original programs were Technology
and Systems, Entrepreneurial Administration, International Trade,
and Office Management, to which were added, in 1997, Technology
in Finance Management, Advertising, and Food Industry. The name
of the institute was changed in 1997 to "Tecnologica
The flag of FITEC is shown graphically on the FITEC website. The flag is blue with a white right-angle triangle bordered in red, placed along the hoist and charged with the left part of the logo of FITEC, and a horizontal red stripe outlined in white placed near the bottom of the flag.
Ivan Sache, 20 December 2008
image by Carlos Thompson, 23 March 2003
Image based on www.unicordoba.edu.co.
Dov Gutterman, 21 July 2002
In the site they say that the flag is green and brown.
Carlos Thompson, 23 March 2003
Universidad de Córdoba was established in 1962 in Montería by Departmental
Ordinance No. 6 and officially registered in 1964 by Governmental Decree No.
319. Law No. 37 of 3 August 1966 conferred to the university the status of
Decentralized Autonomous Entity. However, the university was firmly established
only in 1970, after approval by the State Council. The foundation of the
university is credited to the bacteriologist Elías Bechara Zainúm (1920-2013),
who pushed the project and was appointed first director of the university in
March 1964. Classes started on 6 April 1964 in rooms provided by Colegio
Nacional José María Córdoba, with two Faculties (Agronomy; Veterinary and
Zootechnical Medicine) and one School (Topography). The university was relocated
in 1968 in the New York estate, which had been purchased in 1965. The university
is now made of eight Faculties: Education and Humanities, Veterinary and
Zootechnical Medicine, Engineering, Basic Sciences, Agricultural Sciences,
Health Sciences, and Economical Sciences
The flag of the university is horizontally divided green-coffee brown. Green represents the prosperous growth of vegetal species, and, as far as cattle is concerned, of the species improved by scientific intervention. Coffee brown represents the fertility of the soil.
Source: http://web.www3.unicordoba.edu.co/es/05/01/2010/s%C3%ADmbolos.html - University's website
Ivan Sache, 01 August 2014
image by Ivan Sache, 19 October 2018
The flag of Escuela Normal Superior de Corozal (Sucre Department), in
dimensions 0.90 m x 1.80 m, is horizontally divided emerald green-pearl
The green stripe is a symbol of hope of the educationalists in a better future.
The white stripe is a symbol of balance, justice, impartiality and purity, which are epic attributes of a good teacher; it also evokes the well-deserved nickname of "Pearl of Savannah" awarded to Corozal.
The red stripe is a symbol of the great fervor and devotion that characterize the students.
Ivan Sache, 19 October 2018
image by Zoltan Horvath, 18 January 2014
CBN (Corporación Bolivariana del Norte, Northern Bolivarian Corporation) is
an educational institution located in Santa Marta.
The flag is a horizontal flag (green, white red) with the logo as seen here.
For additional information go to: CBN (official website)
Esteban Rivera, 14 January 2014
I am not exactly sure about its design. Based on pictures, it seems that flag
has diagonal stripes.
Zoltan Horvath, 18 January 2014
I guess the flag has diagonal stripes, but I haven't seen any further
information, so for now.
Esteban Rivera, 18 January 2014
And the obverse [is seen]
here, but again there are people in the way.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 18 January 2014