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Sing Buri Province (Thailand)

Central Region

Last modified: 2012-10-15 by Zachary Harden
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[Sing Buri Province (Thailand)] 2:3 image by Olivier Touzeau, 6 October 2012



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Description of the Flag

According to the texts on the provincial website at http://www.singburi.go.th/logo/logo.html, the provincial flag is red with the new provincial seal in the center. The new provincial seal was adopted in 2004 and shows the monument dedicated to the eleven villagers' leaders of Khai Bangrachan. When the Burmese attacked Ayutthaya in 1765, eleven villagers from Bangrachan fought the army when it stopped north of Ayutthaya. They managed to delay them for five months before they were finally defeated, soon thereafter Ayutthaya fell as well. The memorial monument of Bangrachan was inaugurated by king Rama IX in 2519 (=1976). The monument is shown in shades of grey on a red background with the name of the province in black. The seal in surrounded by national colours: white/blue/white/red circular lines. On the flag, the outer red circle is cut out to fit together with the red field.
Olivier Touzeau, 6 October 2012


Former Flags

[Former Flag (Sing Buri Province, Thailand)] 2:3 image by Olivier Touzeau, 6 October 2012

According to the Thai Ministry of Interior in 2000, the flag of Sing Buri was dark red with the former provincial seal in the middle. The image here was made after elements of Mello Luchtenberg's image on http://www.cyber-flag.net
Olivier Touzeau, 6 October 2012