Municipio de manati: U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts: Manatí Municipio, Puerto Rico
U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts: Manatí Municipio, Puerto Rico
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The administrative center is the city of Barranquilla.
Flag of the Department of Atlantico.
The flag was adopted by Decree No. 000589 of 27 November 1989 years old
The flag has the shape of a rectangle with a ratio of three in height and five in length, divided into three longitudinal stripes of equal height, top and bottom white, central red.
Flag designer: Juan Orlando Correa.
Department of Atlántico consists of 23 municipalities:
Campo de la Cruz
Palmar de Varela
Juan de Acosta
Flag of the municipality of Baranoa.
The flag was designed by Venancio Garcia Solis. To do this, he took Santa Ana into account, choosing the colors green and pink, but not as a religious manifestation, if not a cultural one; he also valued Loa de los Santos Reyes Magos as an important historical cultural heritage, taking the star from there as a symbol that should lead us to development, as the story that guided the wise people. Green: an ecological vocation that should guide humanity in these moments when the planet is threatened by human activity. Pink: influence of the patron on the life of the community. Yellow: the color of the star that should lead us to progress and develop as an organized community.
Municipality of Barranquilla
Flag of the municipality of Barranquilla.
Municipality of Galapa
Flag of the Municipality of Galapa.
The flag of Galapa consists of three equal sized horizontal bands of white, olive green and white. It also has a circle with a radius that connects the center to the circle, this symbolizes the lands surrounding the municipal seat, which were transferred by the Spanish crown by royal certificate to the ancient inhabitants of this municipality.
Municipality of Campo de la Cruz
Flag of the municipality of Campo de la Cruz.
White symbolizes the prevailing peace in our city, the product of mutual understanding among its inhabitants. Green: the wealth of this region as the future agricultural pantry of our department. Red: the struggle that He singled out his inhabitants in achieving his development. Cross: The white in the red triangle indicates the religious spirit that characterizes its inhabitants and the devotion to the cross to the extent that it includes it in the name of the people.
Municipality of Candelaria
Flag of the Municipality of Candelaria.
Municipality of Luruaco
Flag of the Municipality of Luruaco.
The flag, created by the artist Gilberto Rodriguez Avila, is described as follows: a green rectangle as a symbol of the green hills that surround us; inside it is another blue rectangle representing the watercourses of our municipality, with a white stripe crossing the rectangle diagonally. In the middle is a yellow circle representing, on the one hand, the sun that illuminates our region, and on the other, our gastronomic treasure, «arepa con huevo». The flag was created in 2002.
Municipality of Malambo
Flag of the Municipality of Malambo.
Flag of the municipality of Manati.
The Manati flag has a rectangular shape and four colors that represent the customs, wealth of our ancestors.
Municipality of Palmar de Varela
Flag of the municipality of Palmar de Varela.
The green color symbolizes the vegetation of Palmar and the hope for a better future. White symbolizes peace as our municipality is peaceful, tolerant and Christian. Blue symbolizes the beautiful, dreamy sky above our municipality and the waters of the [river] Magdalene, which irrigates and refreshes our lands.
Municipality of Piojo
Flag of the Municipality of Piojo.
Green and white, this is the symbol of the bitter palm. Green means the hope and celebration of our lands, white: peace that reigns, bitter palm: the product of the monoculture of the exploitation of the municipality.
The flag was designed by teacher Manuel Utria.
Municipality of Polonuevo
Flag of the municipality of Polonuevo.
In accordance with agreement 002 of 1983, the municipality of Polonuevo is endowed with a flag as a national symbol.
The flag of the Municipality of Polonuevo consists of three horizontal stripes 1.50 cm long and 90 cm wide, with stripes 30 cm wide. Colours: yellow, green and white. Yellow symbolizes their wealth, land rights. Green symbolizes the fertility of their lands and the hope of their peasants. White symbolizes the brotherhood between their children and the desire for peace, which is essential to the happiness of the community.
Coat of arms of the municipality Ponedera.
Flag of the Municipality of Poneder.
Blue is a symbol of the sky and water, water is a symbol of life and planet Earth. White is a symbol of the world and its virtues, purity, transparency and sincerity. Green is a natural representation of the agricultural work of our farmers. Yellow is the source of wealth, life and joy. Coat of arms: The crown represents the patroness of Poneder, the Virgin of Purification. The heart represents kindness and hospitality. Corn is the main crop of the municipality. The sun symbolizes joy, life, radiance and great power. The turtle resembles the Poneder etymology, lit. «place of hatching». The beach at the mouth of the Magdalena River is the main breeding ground for turtles, iguanas and marine life. The green branches are reminiscent of the natural and cultural environment of the municipality. «Dream Fisherman» represents 300 Poneder fishermen. The fishing area (bogs, ponds and rivers) covers more than half of the territory of the municipality. Fishing is a potential main source of income, but fishermen lack modern tools, and the main fishing ground, the Uvero Swamp, is subject to pollution, silting and erosion.
Municipality of Puerto Colombia
Flag of the municipality of Puerto Colombia.
White symbolizes peace, yellow symbolizes the wealth and power of the sun, and green symbolizes the countryside, the flora and the productivity of our fertile lands.
Municipality of Repelon
Flag of the municipality of Repelon.
The flag consists of three vertical stripes in the following order: green — Faith, hope and the chain of mountains surrounding our municipality and the agricultural wealth it offers to the Department and the country. White symbolizes the peace, equanimity and healthy transparency with which all repelons in the Region identify themselves. Blue symbolizes the greatness of the Guajaro reservoir, washing our territory, and the immensity of our blue sky.
Flag designer: Donelis Cabarcas Avila.
Municipality of Sabanagrande
Flag of the Municipality of Sabanagrande.
Flag: sky blue, which combines the sky and the richness of the rivers represented by its bodies of water, such as swamps and streams, and is washed by the Rio Grande de la Magdalena. Emerald green, which reflects the hope of the people who live on the path to the consolidation of Sabanagrande as a pilot municipality of Atlantico and Colombia. The white color that reflects the world of Sabanagrande and its people, they are hospitable and respect social and religious values. The seven-pointed sun that shows the sun that Sabanagrande is lucky to see as it spreads from the east and reflects us as a Caribbean land. Its seven points indicate that this Sun shines from the morning sunrise every day of the week.
Flag designer: Carlos Edgardo Rocha Romero.
Flag of the municipality of Sabanalarga.
The flag consists of three colors: green, white and yellow; which symbolize the wealth of their lands and the fertility of the savannas.
Municipality of Santa Lucia
Flag of the municipality of Santa Lucia.
Municipality of Santo Tomas
Flag of the municipality of Santo Tomas.
The colors are arranged vertically to signify Tomasino’s arrogance, the coat of arms in the middle represents the cordial, bright and hard-working residents. Green: represent the countryside, nature. White: The representative of the world, as it is a peaceful land, committed to the hope of creating a decent life.
Flag designer: Adolfo Thomas Pizarro Sarmiento.
Municipality of Soledad
Flag of the municipality of Soledad.
Blue means sky and green means fertile land.
Flag of Xuan Municipality.
The flag consists of three horizontal equal stripes, from top to bottom: green, symbolizing the hope of our nature; red, symbolizing passion and a sense of belonging to our village; blue, symbolizing our sky and the waters of the Magdalena River.
Flag of the municipality of Tubar.
White signifies purity and peace, in which the man from Tucumán moves as an example of coexistence. Green: hope for a better future, reflected in the forests and mountains that surround our city. Blue: The wealth of our ocean that defines our territory. In the center of the flag and as a background of these colors, a sign figure appears, representing a cicada in accordance with local cosmic vision.
Flag of Ushiyakuri Municipality.
The flag was adopted by Decree No. 009 of June 10, 1997, as a result of an open competition won by the Co-educational School No. 1 «Vicente Carlos Urueta».
Meaning: The outer outline is green to emphasize our nature and vegetation. The beige outline is a tribute to our people as a regional, national and international recognized center of handicraft. The last light blue square in honor of the Most Holy Theotokos also symbolizes Peace and tranquility reigning among its inhabitants. This painting depicts a craft (Individual), which symbolizes the fruit of the work of artisans, and on it a spider that reminds us of one of the poems of the poet Julio Flores, the glory of our municipality and highlights the work of the inhabitants who weave the Iraqi palm tree in the form of spiders to produce various hand-made products.
Municipality of Juan de Acosta
Flag of the Municipality of Juan de Acosta.
Rectangular, divided into two equal horizontal stripes; each, in turn, is subdivided into two vertical stripes as follows: the upper left stripe is yellow, symbolizing the material wealth of its agricultural, livestock, artisanal, commercial and tourist areas; it also symbolizes the shining sun of the coastal tropics.