Mangilao Flag, Municipality of the US Territory of Guam (Guahan)

Mangilao is one of nineteen municipalities on the U.S. Territory of Guam. Mangilao’s flag sports beautiful images of the village in the colors of pink, white, blue, yellow, and green. Images within the logo include the UOG Fieldhouse where many major events take place, the latte stone representing the island’s strength, an open book to symbolize the many learning institutions in the village to prepare our future leaders, the shoreline to depict the village’s majestic east coast, and the many tropical fish and coral that grace its waters. On the exterior of the seal are palm fronds that are used for many purposes by its villagers, and the village flower “the rose” which graces the ground where the Guam rail or Ko’ko, as it is known to the native of Guam, meander around as a flightless bird. Taken together, this flag exemplifies the many cultural and environmental aspects of the village of Mangilao.

This flag was designed by Gerard V. Aflague, a Guam born native, in collaboration with the mayor and staff. Reproduction of this image is allowed without license. This image is not copyright protected and may be downloaded for public, commercial, or personal use. However, use of this image in any way requires a caption crediting the designer as shown below. If you would like to purchase this image printed on banners, stickers, brochures, flags, or other media, please email flagsofguam@gmail.com

Note: This flag design has been produced for the Mayors’ Council of Guam. For information regarding official adoption of this flag design, please contact the the Mayors’ Council of Guam directly.

Credit: Flag designed by Gerard V. Aflague

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