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Few days ago Herrera "exhibited for the first time its official flag"
http://www.elsiglo.com/mensual/2013/01/20/contenido/607435.asp. It's a
horizontal bicolor of yellow over blue with the (light brown?) map of the
province in the center and 7 blue stars (representing the districts) arranged in
an arc above the map.
Paraskevas Renesis, 27 January 2013
close-up of the new "controversial" provincial flag from
http://radiomials920am.com/news/show .We can see the names of the 7
districts are written in blue.The flag was presented on January 18.
Paraskevas Renesis, 28 January 2013
image by Ivan Sache, 19 June 2002
The image is based on
<perez-franco.com/bandera/dise.html> (defunct), located by Dov
Gutterman. Herrera province has an area of 2,341 sq. km, and
is therefore the smallest of the Panamanian provinces. Population
in 1996 was 101,775 inhabitants.
Ivan Sache, 19 June 2002
The source we give for the flag displayed is, I expect, the one now at
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 28 January 2013