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Águeda Municipality (Portugal)

Last modified: 2007-02-10 by antónio martins
Keywords: Águeda | coat of arms (trees: 2) | waves: 2 (blue) | cogwheel (red) | trees: 2 | tree (green) | grapes: 2 (golden) |
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Águeda municipality
image by Jorge Candeias, 21 Sep 1997
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About the flag

The flag is in the traditional gyronny design of portuguese municipal flags in green and yellow. The coat of arms has a silver field and features a red cogwheel in middle top between two bunches of golden grapes. In the middle there are two fruit trees with golden fruits and in the bottom two blue wavy lines representing river Águeda.
Jorge Candeias, 21 Sep 1997

Version without the coat of arms

Águeda plain flag
image by Jorge Candeias

Presentation of Águeda

Águeda is a city that belongs to the district of Aveiro (old province of Beira Litoral).
Jorge Candeias, 21 Sep 1997

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