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Flag of Western Province, Sri Lanka

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Use  Civil and state flag
Adopted  1987
Proportion  8:17
Flag of Western Province, Sri Lanka
Design  A three headed golden snake, a golden lion with sword, and a golden bird with a sword in three circles on a brown background bordered by four Bo leaves in the corners and rectangular patterns around the whole.

The flag of Western Province, was adopted for the Western Province of Sri Lanka in 1987.

Symbolism

The flag of the Western Province has concentric rectangles. The outer rectangle is green with the next one being white. It has decorative green and yellow leaves and in the corners are four arrows separating each side. In the dark red central rectangle, there are four Bo leaves in the corners and three white rings in the middle. Within the first is a three headed golden snake; in the central one is a golden lion with sword; and in the last one is a golden bird or cock with a sword.

References

Flag of Western Province, Sri Lanka Wikipedia


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