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Escudo de Comerio Puerto Rico. The name Comerío is derived from the name of a Taino cacique, (son of Cacique Caguax). The legend is that there were some people gathered down by the river when they saw a man at the other side of the river pushing a salve towards the rising river. According to the legend the slave cried out: “Oh master, "me come-río,” This event so impressed the community that the slave was given the nickname of Comerío, which later became the name of the town.

Escudo de Comerio Puerto Rico. The name Comerío is derived from the name of a Taino cacique, (son of Cacique Caguax). The legend is that there were some people gathered down by the river when they saw a man at the other side of the river pushing a salve towards the rising river. According to the legend the slave cried out: “Oh master, "me come-río,” This event so impressed the community that the slave was given the nickname of Comerío, which later became the name of the town.

Escudo de Isabela Puerto Rico /The town's coat of arms, dated 1819, is divided an olive tree in its center, symbolizes the first inhabitants of Isabela and of the island of Puerto Rico, the Igneris Indians. The gold represents the Taíno Indians  who lived in this area about two hundred years before the discovery of the island. The gold bell in the center stripe between two cactus is a symbol of the town of San Antonio de la Tuna.....

Escudo de Isabela Puerto Rico /The town's coat of arms, dated 1819, is divided an olive tree in its center, symbolizes the first inhabitants of Isabela and of the island of Puerto Rico, the Igneris Indians. The gold represents the Taíno Indians who lived in this area about two hundred years before the discovery of the island. The gold bell in the center stripe between two cactus is a symbol of the town of San Antonio de la Tuna.....

Puerto Rico: Turista de mi Tierra: Municipio de Isabela, Puerto Rico (Historia)

Historia de Isabela Los primeros pobladores del territorio isabelino lo fueron los ingerís quienes procedían del Orinoco. Consecuentemen...

Escudo de Guanica Puerto Rico. This small town is the home of Guánica Dry Forest Reserve, largest remaining tract of tropical dry coastal forest in the world and an International Biosphere Reserve. The dry forest has 700 plant species of which 48 are endangered and 16 exist nowhere else. The Forest was declared an International Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO because of its biological diversity.

Escudo de Guanica Puerto Rico. This small town is the home of Guánica Dry Forest Reserve, largest remaining tract of tropical dry coastal forest in the world and an International Biosphere Reserve. The dry forest has 700 plant species of which 48 are endangered and 16 exist nowhere else. The Forest was declared an International Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO because of its biological diversity.

Escudo de Toa Baja, Puerto Rico: The waving stripe represents the Toa River, one of the first mentioned in the history of Puerto Rico, and in whose shores Juan Ponce de León tried to settle the first population of Puerto Rico. The keys, crossed in vane, symbolize Saint Peter, patron saint of the town. The handfuls of yucca refer to one of the main crop of this area, and constitute a symbol of the Indians who cultivated it, and whose main food was cassava or bread of yucca. ...

Escudo de Toa Baja, Puerto Rico: The waving stripe represents the Toa River, one of the first mentioned in the history of Puerto Rico, and in whose shores Juan Ponce de León tried to settle the first population of Puerto Rico. The keys, crossed in vane, symbolize Saint Peter, patron saint of the town. The handfuls of yucca refer to one of the main crop of this area, and constitute a symbol of the Indians who cultivated it, and whose main food was cassava or bread of yucca. ...

Escudo de Quebradillas, Puerto Rico | Quebradillas es Atlántico embravecido, The three waved stripes represent the Quebradillas, over the green background of the vegetation. The fish and the walking stick (distinctive of the traveler), are insignias of San Rafael Arcángel, by allusion from the episodes narrated in the book of Tobías in the Old Testament.

Municipio de Quebradillas - Datos mas importantes sobre este hermoso municipio en el noroeste de Puerto Rico. Todo lo que necesitas saber de Quebradillas lo encuentras aquí.

Escudo de Juana Diaz Puerto Rico. Juana Díaz is known as "La Ciudad del Mabí" (mabí city) and "La Ciudad de los Reyes y los Poetas" (city of kings and poets). Juana Díaz was founded in 1798. The civil government of this territory was established in April 25, 1798.

En la parte superior del escudo aparecen: una cresta de montañas, con trece mogotes, significando que Juana Díaz, ha sido un gran pueblo ...

Escudo de Hatillo, Puerto Rico. Coat of Arms On top of the shield is a gold crown with three towers over a silver field a Custard Apple tree (annona reticulata) and a field with two cows in gold which is over eight blue and silver-plated waves. At the center is a shield of "La Orden del Carmen". Under the shield the motto is inscribed, Hatillo Del Corazón.

HATILLO “Capital de la industria lechera”, “Hatillo del Corazon de riego”, “Tierra de campos verdes” Gentilicio: Hatillanos Locali...

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