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Huancabamba Province (Peru)

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Huarmaca flag image by Ivan Sache, 29 May 2010

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The Provincial municipality of Huancabamba (124,298 inhabitants; 42,541 ha) is part of the Piura Region, northern Peru - on the border with Ecuador. Huancabamba is the main center of traditional medicine in Peru, thanks to the icy, healing waters of the Huaringas lagunas, located 3,950 m asl.
Ivan Sache, 29 May 2010

The Flag

This flag presents a very interesting design, even if with poorly chosen colors, showing an arrangement of polygons made from vertical, horizontal and half-quadrant diagonal (45°) lines, all set in a 3:5 rectangle; trivial specs are apparently (1+2):(1+3+1): An ascending diagonal line cuts the flag in two chiral trapezoids, the bottom fly one in lighter, whitish shades; the underlying design is a brown over yellow over green descending diagonal design, with the yellow area extending to a 1×1 square at top hoist and bottom fly. Very nice! (The ascending diagonal thing may be an attempt to give a much less original design a 3D fluttering look. But I hope not!)
António Martins, 08 Feb 2006


  • Huancabamba
  • Canchaque
  • El Carmen de la Frontera
  • Huarmaca
  • Lalaquiz
  • San Miguel de El Faique
  • Sondor
  • Sondorillo