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Muluncay Parish (El Oro, Ecuador)

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image by Ivan Sache, 9 Sepember 2018


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Overview

The parish of Muluncay (970 inhabitants, 1,800 ha) is located west of
the town of Zaruma. The parish is composed of three sites: Muluncay
Chico, Puente de Buza, and Los Rosales de Machay.
The parish was established on 7 September 1984, originating in the
Muluncay San Francisco estate, documented since the 19th century.
Ivan Sache, 9 Sepember 2018


The Flag

The flag of Muluncay is horizontally divided white-yellow-green.

The yellow stripe represents gold extraction and ripe corn ears.
The white stripe represents peace and highness, love, conquest and new hope.
The green stripe represents the people's constant commitment to reach promised days and the greenness of the cultivated fields.

http://www.gadmuluncaygrande.com/simbolos.html
Parish website
Ivan Sache, 9 Sepember 2018