|Flag of Andalusia|
|Adopted||November 8, 1983|
|Designed by||Blas Infante|
The flag of Andalusia (Spanish: Andalucía, Comunidad Autónoma de Andalucía), an autonomous community of Spain is a horizontal triband of green, white, and green with the community emblem in the centre.
The flag has an unofficial name la Arbonaida or la Arbondaira, which means "white-green" in Aljamiado language.
- The green stands for hope.
- The white stands for peace.
This meaning of the colours is expressed in the community anthem:
La bandera blanca y verde
The flag of Andalusia (as well as its coat of arms and anthem) was adopted in an assembly of the Leberalist Union of Andalusia at Ronda in 1918. The design was proposed by Blas Infante, known as the father of the Andalusian Fatherland. The Green referred to the Caliphate of Cordoba and the white referred to the Almohade Empire.
After the Civil was and during General Franco's dictatorship the local flags were abolished. The flag was readopted in 1983.
|Autonomous comminities of Spain|
Andalusia (Andalucía) ● Aragon (Aragón) ● Asturias ● Balearic Islands (Islas Baleares) ● the Basque Country (País Vasco) ● Canary Islands (Islas Canarias) ● Cantabria ● Castile-La Mancha (Castilla-La Mancha) ● Castile and León (Castilla y León) ● Catalonia (Cataluña) ● Ceuta ● Extremadura ● Galicia ● La Rioja ● Madrid ● Melilla ● Murcia ● Navarre (Navarra) ● Valencia