Flags of the Philippine provinces

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Most of the flags of the provinces of the Philippines are in 1:2 ratio with the provincial seal/coat-of-arms on a field of single color, although a few have designs differing from that standard.

List of flags[edit]

Since almost all flags are essentially the seal of the provinces in a field, the color of the field will be listed. Any variation are shown in italics. Provinces which are not listed either do not have a flag or their flag is unknown.

Ilocos Region[edit]

  1. Ilocos Norte: White
  2. Ilocos Sur: Burgundy
  3. La Union: White
  4. Pangasinan: Gold

Cagayan Valley[edit]

  1. Batanes: Purple or Maroon
  2. Cagayan: The seal, excluding "The Province of Cagayan: Official Seal", drawn with a black outline, encircled by 29 stars on the left hoist on a horizontal tricolor of sky blue, gold and yellow green.
  3. Isabela: Green
  4. Nueva Vizcaya: Gold or Green
  5. Quirino: Orange

Central Luzon[edit]

Flag of Bulacan
  1. Aurora: White
  2. Bataan: White
  3. Bulacan: Green
  4. Nueva Ecija: White
  5. Pampanga: White
  6. Tarlac: White
  7. Zambales: White (a gold variant also exist)

Calabarzon[edit]

  1. Batangas: See image
  2. Cavite: White
  3. Laguna: Yellow (Royal Blue from 2010 to 2014)
  4. Quezon: Royal Blue
  5. Rizal: Light Blue

Mimaropa[edit]

  1. Marinduque: Green
  2. Occidental Mindoro: White
  3. Oriental Mindoro: White
  4. Romblon: White
  5. Palawan: Gold

Bicol Region[edit]

The flag of Camarines Norte
  1. Albay: White
  2. Camarines Norte: See image
  3. Camarines Sur: Royal Blue
  4. Catanduanes: Green
  5. Masbate: Light Blue variant
  6. Sorsogon: Dark Green

Cordillera Administrative Region[edit]

  1. Abra: Green
  2. Benguet: White
  3. Ifugao: Royal Blue (formerly lighter shade of blue)
  4. Mountain Province: Gold
  5. Apayao: Gold
  6. Kalinga: White

National Capital Region[edit]

There are no provinces in NCR.

Western Visayas[edit]

  1. Aklan: Beige
  2. Antique: Green (formerly a variant of dark blue)
  3. Capiz: Light Blue variant
  4. Iloilo: White


Negros Island Region[edit]

  1. Negros Occidental: Light Blue
  2. Negros Oriental: Navy or Dark Blue

Central Visayas[edit]

  1. Bohol: See upper image.
  2. Cebu: See lower image.
  3. Siquijor: Lime Green

Eastern Visayas[edit]

  1. Biliran: Navy Blue
  2. Eastern Samar: Vertical Tricolor of Navy Blue, White and Red
  3. Leyte: Horizontal Tricolor of Navy Blue, White and Red
  4. Northern Samar: Orange
  5. Samar: White
  6. Southern Leyte: see image

Zamboanga Peninsula[edit]

  1. Zamboanga del Norte: Gold
  2. Zamboanga del Sur: Yellow (2:3)
  3. Zamboanga Sibugay: White

Northern Mindanao[edit]

  1. Bukidnon: see image
  2. Camiguin: Green
  3. Lanao del Norte: Yellow
  4. Misamis Occidental: Gold
  5. Misamis Oriental: White

Davao Region[edit]

  1. Compostela Valley: White
  2. Davao Oriental: White
  3. Davao del Sur: Royal Blue
  4. Davao Oriental: Navy or Dark Blue
  5. Davao del Norte: Light Blue

Soccsksargen[edit]

  1. Cotabato: White
  2. Sarangani: White
  3. South Cotabato: Blue and white vertical bicolor with a yellow equilateral triangle containing the provincial seal at the hoist side.
  4. Sultan Kudarat: White

Caraga Region[edit]

  1. Agusan del Norte: Gold
  2. Agusan del Sur: Gold (with yellow variant)
  3. Dinagat Islands: White
  4. Surigao del Norte: Teal or Aquamarine
  5. Surigao del Sur: White

Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao[edit]

  1. Basilan: Green (a white variant also exist)
  2. Lanao del Sur: Gold
  3. Maguindanao: Green
  4. Sulu: Green
  5. Tawi-Tawi: Gold

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