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Vigo di Fassa (Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)

Comune di Vigo, Comun da Vich, Vigo di Fassa

Last modified: 2014-06-28 by rob raeside
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Overview

Vigo (in Ladin: Vich, in the maps: Vigo di Fassa) is a town situated in the heart of Val di Fassa in Trento Province. Four flags in front of city hall (Vigo, EU, Italy and Val di Fasse(?)) and two more just across the street (Vigo and Ladins with vertical stripes).   Closer look at the flag (blue-red and charged with Coat of Arms) and the Coat of Arms can be seen at the appropriate photos.
Dov Gutterman, 21 October 2004

Vigo di Fassa is a bilingual Italian-Ladin municipality. In fact, its official name is "Comune di Vigo - Comun da Vich".
Paolo Montanelli, 21 October 2004

The civic flag of Vigo, even in use, is unofficial. Unofficial use of local flags is quite common in Italy. The municipality has no official flag, but an official "gonfalone" which is flag-shaped (ratio 3:4), following the local use. It was officially adopted by the deliberation no. 3242 of the provincial council of Trento of 30 March 1990, and is bearing the colour of  the Val di Fassa (Fassa Valley) and the civic Coat of Arms. Red and blue are the armorial colours of Vigo, unofficially (as far I know) used as red and blue flags.
Roberto Breschi, 30 December 2004


Reported Flag


by Roberto Breschi from CISV