Curious Pan-Celtic Flag

Pan-Celtic flag of unknown provenance; a collage of the supposed "seven modern Celtic nations"; the flags of Galicia, Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Wales, the Isle of Man, and Cornwall, with a super-imposed triskelion.
Pan-Celtic flag of unknown provenance; a collage (perhaps more properly a gyronny) of the supposed “seven modern Celtic nations”; the flags of Galicia, Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Wales, the Isle of Man, and Cornwall, with a super-imposed triskelion.

Flags of the Modern “Celtic” Nations

Arms of the Xunta de Galicia

Arms of Galicia.
Arms of Galicia.

The coat of arms of Galicia is described in the Spanish Law 5 of May 29, 1984, the Law of the symbols of Galicia.

The coat of arms of Galicia includes, enclosed in a field of azure, a chalice of gold with a silver host, accompanied by seven silver crosses, three on each side and one in the center of the shield (representative of the seven historic provinces of Galicia).

The royal crown in gules, enclosed in a golden ring set with precious stones, made up of eight acanthus leaf fleurons, out of which five are visible. Each leaf is set with pearls, and five tiaras are born from them to converge in a globe of azure, with the semi-meridian and the equator in gold, topped by a golden cross.