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Phichit Province (Thailand)

North Region

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[Phichit Province (Thailand)] 2:3 image by Zachary Harden, 6 January 2019

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Description of the Flag

According to the Thai Ministry of Interior in 2000, the flag of Phi Chit province is horizontally divided of three green stripes and two white stripes, with the provincial seal in the middle. In the center stands the provincial seal. The provincial flag can be seen on the provincial website in this document :, ratio is 3:5.
Olivier Touzeau, 5 September 2012

The information about the 3:5 ratio is not correct; the above document and this branding page gives the information as just "rectangular" that is split between five equal stripes (three green and two white).
Zachary Harden, 6 January 2019

Detail of badge

[Badge detail (Phi Chit Province, Thailand)] image by Zachary Harden, 6 January 2019

The national flag with provincial seal in the center.
Description from
The seal of the province shows a pond, which refers to the old name of Phichit, Mueang Sra Luang ("city at the royal pond"). The banyan tree in front refers to the temple Wat Pho Prathab Chang. The temple was built in 1669- 71 by King Suriyenthrathibodi, aka, Luang Sorasak or Phrachao Suea, who was born in the village of Pho Prathab Chang, between a banyan and a sacred fig.
Olivier Touzeau, 5 September 2012