Last modified: 2013-08-08 by zoltán horváth
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image by Zoltan Horvath, 27 December 2011
Coclé province is located in middle part of Panama, along the southern,
Pacific coast of the country. Its flag is consist of red, light blue and white
vertical stripes, and of a horizontal white stripe placed on lower part of the
flag, where name of the province is written in black letters, as well. 6 grey
diamonds are placed on vertical stripes (two of each), representing the
districts of the province.
Image of flag at this site.
Zoltan Horvath, 27 December 2011
image by Vanja Poposki posted in I Love Flags on 08 February 2013
Flag of the Province of Cocle, Panama.
Same flag as we show as a former flag, but one of them is upside
Rob Raeside, 09 February 2013
image by Zoltan Horvath, 28 December 2011
Coclé Province in Panama had a previous flag with similar colours as the
current one, but in a different design. Based on this article, it was adopted in
2004. I have no information when the current one has adopted, but it must been
before November 2010.
Article and image of former flag:
Zoltan Horvath, 28 December 2011
image resized from wikipedia
The flag of Coclé Province is shown in wikipedia
Zoltan Horvath, 3 June 2009
I was in contact with the provincial authorities of Panama in
2003. According to Mr. Mizracho of the provincial government,
Cocle had not adopted a flag yet in 2003.
Jaume Ollé, 15 September 2009