Last modified: 2010-06-04 by antónio martins
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On a black field, 2 crossed gold fruited olive branches tied with a
red ribbon, on top 3 gold bees and bellow silver - blue -silver - blue
waves, 4 silver tower mural crown and a
white scroll with the words in black "VILA DE PAMPILHOSA
DA SERRA". Quartered yellow over
Sérgio Horta, 09 Dec 1999
This is a town that belongs to
Coimbra District (and traditional province
of Beira Baixa), has a 395 sq. km area,
10 freguesias (communes) and about 5900 inhabitants.
Sérgio Horta, 29 Nov 1999
if you ever come to Portugal by train from Paris (or somewhere
along the way) and have waited excruciating long for a ridiculously
unnecessary railroad operation in a place called Pampilhosa, this is
not the one (that one belongs to Mealhada
António Martins, 15 Jan 2004
The municipal government uses also an unofficial “logo on bedsheet”
type of flag, based on the official flag and arms.
António Martins, 11 Dec 1999
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