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Anadia Municipality (Portugal)

Concelho de Anadia, Distrito de Aveiro

Last modified: 2016-04-09 by klaus-michael schneider
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[Anadia municipality]
2:3 image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 12 Oct 2014
[Anadia municipality variant]
2:3 image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 5 Apr 2016

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About the Flag

It is a fairly typical Portuguese municipal flag, with the coat of arms as described below centred on a field gyronny of eight of purple and white (city rank) (left image above). A variant, see here has shades of the gyrons in violet, instead of purple, and white, background colour of the shield is also violet instead of black, and the grapes have a lighter shade of violet instead of purple (right image above).
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 5 Apr 2016

Coat of arms

[ municipality CoA] image by Sérgio Horta,

4-towered mural crown, scroll reading "ANADIA" and a black shield with a weirdly stylized vine in (somewhat) natural colours.
The meaning of this coat of arms is simple: Anadia belongs to a natural region known as Bairrada, famous in Portugal through it’s wines and the way, they cook pork. So, the only thing missing in the coat of arms is a piglet.
Jorge Candeias, 13 July 1998

Former Flag reported 1998

[Anadia municipality plain 1998] 2:3 image by Jorge Candeias, 13 July 1998

The flag is (again and boringly) typical: quarterly divided white over a reddish purple (so called wine colour, I suppose the official documentation simply say "purple"), and with a typical coat of arms in the centre:
Jorge Candeias, 13 July 1998

Version without Coat of Arms

[Anadia municipality plain] 2:3 image by António Martins-Tuválkin, Apr 2010

Presentation of Anadia

Anadia is a town located in the south of the district of Aveiro, old province and eventually future administrative region of Beira Litoral. The municipality has an area of 217,1 km² and about 29 000 inhabitants distributed in 15 communes.

Jorge Candeias, 13 July 1998

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