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Los Angeles Mountain Flag

This flag design was proposed by Ricardo Tomasz. It incorporates the current city flag colors, and is designed to represent the Los Angeles Mountain Ranges that help to structure the shape and character of Los Angeles. Southern California is separated from the rest of the state by the east-west trending Transverse Ranges, including the Tehachapi, Read more about Los Angeles Mountain Flag[…]

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Los Angeles Mountains Flag

This flag design was proposed by Ricardo Tomasz. It is designed to represent the mountain ranges that help define the L.A. landscape. These include the Baldwin Hills (mountain range), Chalk Hills, Chino Hills, Dominguez Hills (mountain range), Foothills of the San Gabriel Valley, Hollywood Hills, Long Buttes, Palos Verdes Hills, Rosecrans Hills, San Gabriel Mountains, Read more about Los Angeles Mountains Flag[…]

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New Los Angeles City Flag

  This flag design was proposed by Ricardo Tomasz. It is designed to represent Los Angeles, and the earthquakes that the residents have become accustomed to. It incorporates the existing city flag colors. The green represents the lush landscape and olive trees that dotted the original area. The red represent the major earthquakes Los Angeles Read more about New Los Angeles City Flag[…]