Flag of Umbria
The flag of Umbria is a green flag with an emblem representing the three “Ceri,” which are large wooden pedestals that are symbols of the city of Gubbio, which is located in Umbria.
The emblem consists of a design representing the three Ceri and is displayed in the centre of the flag. The flag was officially adopted on March 18, 2004, and is one of the official symbols of the region of Umbria, Italy.
The flag also includes the words “Regione Umbria” in red, centred in the bottom fifth of the flag, although these words are often omitted in common usage.
Umbria is a region in central Italy, located north of Rome and south of the region of Tuscany. It is bordered by the regions of Marche to the east and Lazio to the south. Umbria is known for its natural beauty, with rolling hills, forests, and mountains that provide a scenic backdrop for the region’s many small towns and villages. The region is home to several national parks, including the Gran Sasso e Monti Della Laga National Park and the Trasimeno Lake Nature Reserve.
Umbria is also known for its rich cultural and artistic heritage, with many museums, galleries, and historical sites that showcase the region’s history and traditions. Umbria is home to several famous cities, including Perugia, the regional capital, and Assisi, the birthplace of St. Francis of Assisi. The region is also known for its culinary traditions, with a variety of local dishes and products that are popular throughout Italy, such as truffles, olive oil, and wine.