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Puno province (Peru)

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Puno District

Puno dep. flag
image by António Martins, 26 Oct 2007

Puno, city and department, use a flag of two stripes, upper one light blue, lower stripe white, sometimes used with its coat of arms.
Jan-Patrick Fischer, 15 Mar 2001

A light blue ~2:3 flag with a coat of arms on its center; this is Argent three towers Gules set one and two and a pile diminuished inverted embowed Azure charged with five barrulets wavy Argent. Samnitic shield on a golden cartouche adorned with dark green engravings and ducal (?) coronet from which rises, for crest, a gauntlet brandishing a sword (both Argent) and holding a red ribbon with golden letters (reading what?). For compartment a trophy of crossed cannons, lying spears and halebards, and a pyramid of three visible cannonballs; for supporter(s), two flags crossed behind the shield, dexter being apparently plain blue and sinister ditto red. In the Spanish Wikipedia article about Puno city, this flag shown as the city flag.
António Martins, 26 Oct 2007

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Plain version

Puno dep. flag
image by António Martins, 27 June 2010

A flag of two stripes, upper one light blue, lower stripe white, sometimes used with its coat of arms.
Jan-Patrick Fischer, 15 March 2001

Vertical diband

Vertical diband - Puno city flag
image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 23 February 2012