Flag of Panama to fly on Auckland Harbour Bridge

Published: Wed 2 Nov 2005 03:34 PM
Transit New Zealand
Auckland Regional Office
2 November 2005
Media Release
Flag of Panama to fly on Auckland Harbour Bridge
Auckland Harbour Bridge will fly the flag of Panama tomorrow in recognition of the Panama National Day. The flag will fly from dawn until dusk on Thursday 3 November.
Transit considers requests from nations wanting to commemorate their country’s national days. Recently the flags of Turkey, Austria and India have been flown from the bridge.
To see a picture of the Panama flag, please go to:

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