Salta Coat of Arms
The provincial coat of arms of Salta was adopted by Law No. 2027 on September 21, 1946. It has an oval shape like several Argentine provincial coats of arms. The color is light blue. The six-pointed silver star recalls a star-shaped medal given to General Martín Miguel de Güemes after the victory of the Battle of Humahuaca in 1817 over the Spanish royalist army. The 32 rays sun with face stands for the efforts made by Salta during the Independence War. Both laurel branches without any fruits symbolize the victories of Salta’s Armies. These branches are hold together by a light blue ribbon, like the one that appeared in the medal given to Güemes[1].
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[1] - From: FOTW Flags Of The World
Page: Salta Province (Argentina)
Author(s): Francisco Gregoric
Paper Used: Fernández, María CristinaLa Bandera de la Provincia de Salta: La Historia, la Geografía y la Cultura, una significativa conjunción.
presented in the ICV 21 Vexilobaires 2005
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