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Farim town (Guinea Bissau)

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Farim is the capital of Oio region, in the northern province of Guinea-Bissau. I could not find any data about its current flag use.
António Martins, 14 Nov 2005

Portuguese era municipal flag

Farim former flag
image by António Martins, 14 Nov 2005

It was a typical portuguese municipal flag, quartered (town rank) yellow and black with the coat of arms on the center. This was or three young negress heads proper with hair ribbon gules and earrings or; mural crown argent with four visible towers (town rank) and white scroll reading "VILA DE FARIM" in black capitals. Large image of the arms in Ralf Hartemink’s site.
António Martins, 14 Nov 2005

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