List of Dominican Republic flags

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This is a list of flags used in the Dominican Republic. For more information about the national flag, visit the article Flag of the Dominican Republic.

National flag[edit]

Flag Date Use Description
Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg 1849–Present Flag of the Dominican Republic A crossed two-colored flag with the country's coat of arms in the center
Civil Ensign of the Dominican Republic.svg Civil ensign
Flag of La Trinitaria,Version 1.png 1838–1844 Early flag of the Trinitaria It was developed from the Haitian flag and was added a white cross in the center. In early version, four white stars placed vertically along the hoist, two white stars placed above and below the cross, respectively, and four white stars placed vertically along the hoist.
Flag of La Trinitaria,Version 2.png 1838–1844 Early flag of the Trinitaria, version 2
Flag of La Trinitaria,Version 3.png 1838–1844 Early flag of the Trinitaria, version 3
Flag of the Dominican Republic (up to 1844).svg 1844–1849 Flag of the Trinitaria It was developed from the Haitian flag and was added a white cross.
Flag of Cross of Burgundy.svg 1492–1795, 1809-1821 Flag of the Captaincy General of Santo Domingo The Cross of Burgundy flag represents the Spanish Empire.
Flag of France.svg 1795-1809 Flag of the Saint-Domingue The tricolour flag of the French First Republic. France came to own the whole island by the Treaty of Basel, as Spain ceded Santo Domingo as a consequence of the French Revolutionary Wars.
Flag of Spanish Haiti.svg 1821-1822 Flag of Spanish Haiti. On 9 February 1822 Jean-Pierre Boyer annexed the Spanish out of the colony of Santo Domingo, which a few months before had proclaimed its independence from Spain (30 November 1821) under the name The Republica del Haiti Español. An attempt to declare its alliance to Gran Colombia, the flag was raised in the early weeks of 1822, but it was short-lived when nine weeks later Boyer had ended the republic.
Flag of Spain (1785-1873 and 1875-1931).svg 1861-1865 Flag of Santo Domingo. In 1861, general Pedro Santana asked queen Isabella II of Spain to retake control of the Dominican Republic, after a period of only 17 years of independence. Spain, which had not come to terms with the loss of its American colonies 30 years earlier, accepted his proposal and made the country a colony again.

Dependencies flag[edit]

Flag Date Use
Bandera del Territorio Insular Dominicano.PNG 1953–Present Flag of the Dominican Territorial Islands of Saona, Beata and Catalina

Provincial flags [2][edit]

Azua Province
Azua Province
Bahoruco Province
Bahoruco Province
Barahona Province
Barahona Province
Dajabón Province
Dajabón Province
Distrito Nacional
Distrito Nacional
Duarte Province
Duarte Province
El Seibo Province
El Seibo Province
Elías Piña Province
Elías Piña Province
Espaillat Province
Espaillat Province
Hato Mayor Province
Hato Mayor Province
Hermanas Mirabal Province
Hermanas Mirabal Province
Independencia Province
Independencia Province
La Altagracia Province
La Altagracia Province
La Romana Province
La Romana Province
La Vega Province
La Vega Province
María Trinidad Sánchez Province
María Trinidad Sánchez Province
Monseñor Nouel Province
Monseñor Nouel Province
Monte Cristi Province
Monte Cristi Province
Monte Plata Province
Monte Plata Province
Pedernales Province
Pedernales Province
Peravia Province
Peravia Province
Puerto Plata Province
Puerto Plata Province
Samaná Province
Samaná Province
San Cristóbal Province
San Cristóbal Province
San José de Ocoa Province
San José de Ocoa Province
San Juan Province
San Juan Province
San Pedro de Macorís Province
San Pedro de Macorís Province
Sánchez Ramírez Province
Sánchez Ramírez Province
Santiago Province
Santiago Province
Santiago Rodríguez Province
Santiago Rodríguez Province
Santo Domingo Province
Santo Domingo Province
Valverde Province
Valverde Province

Flags of Municipalities[edit]

Azua Province[edit]

Azua de Compostela
Azua de Compostela
Estebanía
Estebanía
Guayabal
Guayabal
Las Charcas
Las Charcas
Padre Las Casas
Padre Las Casas
Peralta
Peralta
Pueblo Viejo
Pueblo Viejo
Sabana Yegua
Sabana Yegua
Tábara Arriba
Tábara Arriba
Yayas de Viajama
Yayas de Viajama

Bahoruco Province[edit]

Galván
Galván
Los Ríos
Los Ríos
Neiba
Neiba
Tamayo
Tamayo
Villa Jaragua
Villa Jaragua

Barahona Province[edit]

Cabral
Cabral
El Peñón
El Peñón
Enriquillo
Enriquillo
Fundación
Fundación
Jaquimeyes
Jaquimeyes
La Ciénaga
La Ciénaga
Paraíso
Paraíso
Polo
Polo
Salinas
Salinas
Santa Cruz de Barahona
Santa Cruz de Barahona
Vicente Noble
Vicente Noble

Dajabón Province[edit]

Dajabón
Dajabón
El Pino
El Pino
Loma de Cabrera
Loma de Cabrera
Partido
Partido
Restauración
Restauración

Distrito Nacional[edit]

Santo Domingo de Guzmán
Santo Domingo de Guzmán

Duarte Province[edit]

Arenoso
Arenoso
Castillo
Castillo
Eugenio María de Hostos
Eugenio María de Hostos
Las Guáranas
Las Guáranas
Pimentel
Pimentel
San Francisco de Macorís
San Francisco de Macorís
Villa Riva
Villa Riva

El Seibo Province[edit]

Miches
Miches
Santa Cruz de El Seibo
Santa Cruz de El Seibo

Elías Piña Province[edit]

Comendador
Comendador
El Llano
El Llano
Hondo Valle
Hondo Valle
Juan Santiago
Juan Santiago
Pedro Santana
Pedro Santana
San Francisco de Bánica
San Francisco de Bánica

Espaillat Province[edit]

Cayetano Germosen
Cayetano Germosen
Gaspar Hernández
Gaspar Hernández
Jamao al Norte
Jamao al Norte
Moca
Moca
San Víctor
San Víctor

Hato Mayor Province[edit]

El Valle
El Valle
Hato Mayor del Rey
Hato Mayor del Rey
Sabana de la Mar
Sabana de la Mar

Hermanas Mirabal Province[edit]

Salcedo, Hermanas Mirabal
Salcedo, Hermanas Mirabal
Tenares
Tenares
Villa Tapia
Villa Tapia

Independencia Province[edit]

Cristóbal
Cristóbal
Duvergé
Duvergé
Jimaní
Jimaní
La Descubierta
La Descubierta
Mella
Mella
Postrer Río
Postrer Río

La Altagracia Province[edit]

Salvaleón de Higüey
Salvaleón de Higüey
San Rafael del Yuma
San Rafael del Yuma

La Romana Province[edit]

Guaymate
Guaymate
La Romana
La Romana
Villa Hermosa
Villa Hermosa

La Vega Province[edit]

Concepción de La Vega
Concepción de La Vega
Constanza
Constanza
Jarabacoa
Jarabacoa
Jima Abajo
Jima Abajo

María Trinidad Sánchez Province[edit]

Cabrera
Cabrera
El Factor
El Factor
Río San Juan
Río San Juan
Trinidad Sánchez Nagua
Trinidad Sánchez Nagua

Monseñor Nouel Province[edit]

Bonao
Bonao
Maimón
Maimón
Piedra Blanca
Piedra Blanca

Monte Cristi Province[edit]

Castañuela
Castañuela
Guayubín
Guayubín
Las Matas de Santa Cruz
Las Matas de Santa Cruz
Pepillo Salcedo
Pepillo Salcedo
San Fernando de Monte Cristi
San Fernando de Monte Cristi
Villa Vásquez
Villa Vásquez

Monte Plata Province[edit]

Bayaguana
Bayaguana
Monte Plata
Monte Plata
Peralvillo
Peralvillo
Sabana Grande de Boyá
Sabana Grande de Boyá
Yamasá
Yamasá

Pedernales Province[edit]

Oviedo
Oviedo
Pedernales
Pedernales

Peravia Province[edit]

Baní
Baní
Matanzas
Matanzas
Nizao
Nizao

Puerto Plata Province[edit]

Altamira
Altamira
Guananico
Guananico
Imbert
Imbert
Los Hidalgos
Los Hidalgos
Luperón
Luperón
San Felipe de Puerto Plata
San Felipe de Puerto Plata
Sosúa
Sosúa
Villa Isabela
Villa Isabela
Villa Montellano
Villa Montellano

Samaná Province[edit]

Las Terrenas
Las Terrenas
Sánchez
Sánchez
Santa Bárbara de Samaná
Santa Bárbara de Samaná

San Cristóbal Province[edit]

Bajos de Haina
Bajos de Haina
Cambita Garabitos
Cambita Garabitos
Los Cacaos
Los Cacaos
Sabana Grande de Palenque
Sabana Grande de Palenque
San Cristóbal
San Cristóbal
San Gregorio de Nigua
San Gregorio de Nigua
San Gregorio de Yaguate
San Gregorio de Yaguate
Villa Altagracia
Villa Altagracia

San José de Ocoa Province[edit]

Rancho Arriba
Rancho Arriba
Sabana Larga
Sabana Larga
San José de Ocoa
San José de Ocoa

San Juan Province[edit]

Bohechío
Bohechío
El Cercado
El Cercado
Juan de Herrera
Juan de Herrera
Las Matas de Farfán
Las Matas de Farfán
San Juan de la Maguana
San Juan de la Maguana
Vallejuelo
Vallejuelo

San Pedro de Macorís Province[edit]

Consuelo
Consuelo
Guayacanes
Guayacanes
Quisqueya
Quisqueya
Ramón Santana
Ramón Santana
San José de los Llanos
San José de los Llanos
San Pedro de Macorís
San Pedro de Macorís

Sánchez Ramírez Province[edit]

Cevicos
Cevicos
Cotuí
Cotuí
Fantino
Fantino
La Mata
La Mata

Santiago Province[edit]

Baitoa
Baitoa
Jánico
Jánico
Licey al Medio
Licey al Medio
Puñal
Puñal
Sabana Iglesia
Sabana Iglesia
San José de las Matas
San José de las Matas
Santiago de los Caballeros
Santiago de los Caballeros
Tamboril
Tamboril
Villa Bisonó
Villa Bisonó
Villa González
Villa González

Santiago Rodríguez Province[edit]

Monción
Monción
San Ignacio de Sabaneta
San Ignacio de Sabaneta
Villa Los Almácigos
Villa Los Almácigos

Santo Domingo Province[edit]

Boca Chica
Boca Chica
Los Alcarrizos
Los Alcarrizos
Pedro Brand
Pedro Brand
San Antonio de Guerra
San Antonio de Guerra
San Luis
San Luis
Santo Domingo Este
Santo Domingo Este
Santo Domingo Norte
Santo Domingo Norte
Santo Domingo Oeste
Santo Domingo Oeste

Valverde Province[edit]

Esperanza
Esperanza
Laguna Salada
Laguna Salada
Santa Cruz de Mao
Santa Cruz de Mao




Military flags[edit]

Flag Date Use Description
Bandera de las Fuerzas Armadas (Engalanada en los bordes).svg Flag of the Military of the Dominican Republic
Army flag of Dominican Republic.svg Flag of the Dominican Army
Air Force Ensign of Dominican Republic.svg Flag of the Dominican Air Force
Naval Ensign of the Dominican Republic.svg Naval Ensign
Naval Jack of the Dominican Republic.svg Naval jack of the Dominican Navy
Bandera de la Policia Nacional de La Republica Dominicana.svg Flag of the Dominican National Police
Bandera de la Defensa Civil Republica Dominicana.svg Flag of the Dominican Civil Defence

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