Jacksonville Flag
The flag of the city of Jacksonville, Florida was adopted on February 24, 1976. It was designed by Don Bozeman, the winner of a design contest held by the government the previous year. It features a brown silhouette of Andrew Jackson mounted on a horse set against over a sunburst. The silhouette represents the city's namesake. The sunburst represents the bright future. Below this, an orange field is located, representing the fact that Florida is the sunshine state, and the fact that Jacksonville has to neighborhoods called Mandarin and Orange Park. A silhouette of Duval County and the words "City of Jacksonville, Florida" are depicted in yellow on the orange field[1].
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