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City of Rubí (Barcelona Province, Catalonia, Spain)

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[City of Rubí (Barcelona Province, Catalonia, Spain)] 2:3
image by Blas Delgado and Eduardo Panizo
Flag adopted 24th November 1989

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From the Catalan Vexillological Association website (my translation):

Province: Barcelona
County (comarca): Vallès Occidental
Adopted: 24.11.1989
Meaning: Red stands for the field of the arms, and the yellow and white [stripes] stand for the keys of St Peter, patron saint of the municipality, which also appear on the arms.
Area: 32.01 km²
Population (1991): 50,405

Santiago Dotor, 08 Oct 2001

A red flag with a yellow diagonal stripe from top hoist to bottom fly, over a white diagonal stripe from bottom hoist to top fly – thus a yellow-white bicolour saltire. Stylized representation of the city arms, as it appears in the Catalan Vexillological Association website.

Santiago Dotor, 19 Dec 2002