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Municipality of Adrada de Haza (Castile and Leon, Spain)

Burgos Province

Last modified: 2011-01-22 by eugene ipavec
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The municipality of Adrada de Haza (252 inhabitants in 2009; 1,028 ha) is located in the south of the Burgos Province, 100 km from the provincial capital.

The village, once known as Adrada, belonged to the Community of Villages and Lands of Aza, ruled by the Counts of Miranda.

Ivan Sache, 02 Dec 2010


The flag and arms of Adrada de Haza, designed by Friar Valentín de la Cruz, are prescribed by a Decree adopted on 11 April 2006 by the Municipal Council, signed on 12 April 2006 by the Mayor, and published on 4 May 2006 in the official gazette of Castile and Leon, No. 85, p. 8,370. The symbols are described as follows:

Municipal flag: Square flag, 1:1, tricolor, with horizontal stripes. First, red (0.30); second, white (0.40); and third, yellow (0.30), in the middle the municipal coat of arms.

Coat of arms: Per pale, 1. Gules, Castile, 2. Gules a martyr's palm argent a column of the same ensigned by a dove rising of the same, grafted in base argent a calvary sable with several steps a cross with a capital of cylindric arms and in relief the Crucifixion and Mary, surrounded by a grapevine vert (leaves) and sable and a hemp vert. The shield surmounted by a Royal crown closed, representing the Kingdom of Spain.


The municipal website shows a photo of the flag, which is with proportions 2:3 instead of the prescribed 1:1 (most probably to match the proportions of companion flags); the coat of arms slightly overlaps the upper and lower stripes.

Source: municipal website

Ivan Sache, 02 Dec 2010