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image by Blas Delgado
Flag adopted 12 Jan 1990
Red flag with a white tower on the canton, as high as 3/5 of the flag's height and as wide as 1/5 of the flag's length, separated from the top and bottom sides 1/5 and 1/10 [of the flag's height and the flag's length], respectively. Three horizontal wavy stripes blue, white and green, as wide as 2/7, 1/7 and 1/7 of the flag's height, respectively, the bottom of the lines being set apart from the flag's bottom by 2/7 of the flag's height. Ratio 2:3.
Colours from the arms. The tower is the old watch tower built by the Bell-lloc, first lords of the municipality, the wave represents the nearby river Ebro and the green colour of the bottom stripe represents the artichokes on the arms, the main crop of the area. Flag adopted 12th January 1990. Source for image and text: Fluvià 2001. The image in this source shows the wavy stripes with three crests.
Some additional information, extracted from this webpage of the Statistics Institute of Catalonia (Idescat):
Area (km2): 35.2
County: Baix Ebre
Population (2001): 3,453
Santiago Dotor, 20 Dec 2001
image from Eduardo Panizo's Vexilla Hispanica, 25 Jul 2003