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Abasha (Municipality, Georgia)


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Flag and arms of Abasha - Images communicated by The State Council of Heraldry at the Parliament of Georgia, 8 February 2011

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Presentation of Abasha

The municipality of Abasha (28,707 inhabitants in 2002, 6,400 in the town proper) is located in western Georgia, 280 km of Tbilisi.

Ivan Sache, 29 May 2012

Flag of Abasha

The flag and arms of Abasha are prescribed by Decree No. 25, adopted on 26 November 2010 by the Municipal Council.
The symbols were designed by Konsantine Kacharava.

The flag is vertically divided blue-white-green (1:3:1) with a red "Georgian" cross patty in the middle.
The coat of arms is "Per fess, 1. Argent a sword azure ensigned with a cross patty gules, 2a. Azure a Golden Fleece or, 2b. Vert five maize cobs gules surrounded per fess by fesses wavy argent. The shield surmounted by a three-towered mural crown argent fimbriated sable. Under the shield a scroll argent fimbriated sable charged with the name of the town in Georgian capital letters sable."

Source: The State Council of Heraldry at the Parliament of Georgia (website).

Ivan Sache, 29 May 2012