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Middlesboro, Kentucky (U.S.)

Bell County

Last modified: 2023-02-11 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Ashland, Kentucky] image by David Sigley, 28 January 2023
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Description of the Flag

The flag is a dark blue field with a 1:1 white canton in the upper hoist side. In the canton is the city arms. In the fly side of the flag are three golden star. In the three stars contain the outlines of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia. This represents how Middlesboro is located at the tri-point of the three states. The field color and the stars could represent space since Middlesboro is located in a meteorite crater.
Photo of the flag: https://www.facebook.com/photo
David Sigley, 28 January 2023


Seal and coat of arms

[Logo of Ashland, Kentucky] image by David Sigley, 28 January 2023

The seal consist of a white ring with with black outlines. The city name and incorporation year or inscribed on the seal. The two are separated by some swirly bars. In the center is a variant of the city variant.
Seal: https://www.facebook.com/1212298122268838
David Sigley, 28 January 2023

[Logo of Ashland, Kentucky] image by David Sigley, 28 January 2023

The city arms consist of a shield which contains some mountains and a blue heraldic lion. Under the shield is a white banner that says "Pulchra Calles" which translates to "Beautiful Streets". Above the seal is a traditional heraldic knight's helmet with a blue and grey torse. Above the helmet is a golden crown with the city and state name. Above the crown is another blue lion.
David Sigley, 28 January 2023