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[Flag of Athens]

Municipal flag of Athens - Image by Arnaud Leroy, 30 August 2003


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Flag of Athens

The flag of Athens, adopted in 1995, is blue, in proportions 2:3, with a (inner) gold and (outer) red border, on the model of the flag of Attica. In the middle appears a white cross charged with a blue disk with a large white border fimbriated in gold. This border has gold olive tree branches. The blue disk has a white and gold representation of the head of Goddess Athena.

Pascal Vagnat, 30 August 2003


ENOA

[Flag of ENOA]

Flag of ENOA - Image by Ivan Sache, 21 May 2006

ENOA ( Ελληνικός Ναυτικός Όμιλος Αιγυπτών, Greek Watersports Club "Egyptioton") is a watersports club located in Athens, with yachting, rowing, canoe-kayak, swimming and water-polo sections.

The flag of ENOA is triangular, white divided by a blue cross bordered in black. The vertical arm of the cross is thicker than the horizontal one and the cross is superimposed to a thin blue saltire. A white oval bordered in blue and charged with the blue letters "ENOA" is superimposed to the middle of the cross.

Source: ENOA website

Ivan Sache, 21 May 2006