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Nandayure (Guanacaste, Costa Rica)

Canton de Nandayure

Last modified: 2014-05-17 by zoltán horváth
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Nandayure Canton (2,489 inhabitants, 56,559 ha) is made of the districts of Carmona (2,012 inh., 3,419 ha), Santa Rita (1,489 inh., 5,009 ha), Zapotal (1,267 inh., 10,353 ha), San Pablo (1,734 inh., 7,212 ha), Porvenir (994 inh., 3,858 ha) and Bejuco (2,489 inh., 26,208 ha). Nandayure Canton was established by Law No. 2,826 of 9 October 1961 and inaugurated on 8 April 1962; the canton was previously known as Barrio Colonia Carmona, the 2nd district of Nicoya Canton. The canton is named for a Chorotegua princess who lived there in the pre-Colombian times.
Source: Cantonal website
Ivan Sache, 20 July 2013

The Flag

The flag of Nandayure, designed by Gerald Fonseca, was adopted on 25 July 2007. Nandayure was the last canton in Guanacaste Province without a flag.
The flag is horizontally divided green-yellow-blue with a coat of arms in the middle. On the photo taken during the flag inauguration, the coat of arms appears to be different of the official coat of arms shown on the cantonal website - which, moreover, shows a drawing of the flag without the coat of arms.
Sources: Photo of the flag inauguration and Symbols page, cantonal website.
Ivan Sache, 20 July 2013

Coat of Arms

image contributed by Fred Drews, 26 March 2006