In this section you can find all the flags of the Italian provinces for sale.
Italy’s provinces are currently 107 and have been introduced in the legal system by the Constitution of the Italian Republic in 1948. The province in Italy is an administrative division whose territorial area is by extension smaller than that of the region and bigger than that of the municipality.
All provinces have a coat of arms and a gonfalon. These symbols are chosen by local administrations but they are subject to the approval of the State, in conformity with legislative dispositions which regulate the shape and size of heraldic symbols. Instead, only a minority of provinces have adopted a flag. Flags are approved and made official by the regional committees and in many cases their use is embedded in local traditions; however, there’s a growing tendency in asking an official recognition also for the civil flag.
Each flag is characterized by a unique coat of arms and colors, which derive from the history and characteristics of the area. Many provinces place a crown above their coat of arms; it is composed by a golden circle and contains two tree branches, one of laurel and one of oak. This custom is not compulsory, in fact in many cases it is replaced with royal crowns or it is completely absent. Click on each flag’s image to discover its details.
All our flags are available in a variety of formats and prices and come ready to be hoisted, with iron grommets and rope. Materials used for the manufacturing, like nautical polyester and lightweight polyester, are long-lasting and top quality ones.
In order to purchase, just click on the desired item and add it to the cart. Purchasing the flags of the Italian provinces has never been so easy.