- Flags and symbols of Yorkshire
Flags and symbols of Yorkshire have been used to identify the historic county of
Yorkshireand its relating councils through vexillological flags and symbols (including coats of arms). This article also includes flags and symbols used in the modern day Yorkshire and the Humberregion; such as the metropolitan counties of West Yorkshireand South Yorkshire, the shire county of North Yorkshireand the unitary authority of the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Non-metropolitan district (unitary authority)
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