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Chilla (El Oro, Ecuador)

Cantón de Chilla

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image by Ivan Sache, 9 September 2018

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Chilla canton was established on 25 July 1988.
Ivan Sache, 9 September 2018


The flag of Chilla is composed of a yellow triangle, of a green stripe, of a blue stripe, and of a red stripe.

The yellow triangle is the symbol of the agricultural and mineral (gold) resources of the canton.
The green stripe, covering 2/3 of the flag, symbolizes the huge soil fertility in all sectors.
The celestial blue stripe represents the purity of the sky that surrounds the canton and water that irrigates fields.
The red stripe, of the same size as the celestial blue stripe, means the primitive blood that has been preserved, specifically through the tradition of union between families of the same settlement.
Canton website

Ivan Sache, 9 September 2018