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English: Flag with the cross of Burgundy ( saltire). Also named Cross of Burgundy flag. It was used in the Spanish Empire and in its viceroyalties such as New Spain and Peru. It was also used by Spain as a military or king flag. Used by the Carlist movement.
Italiano: Bandiera della Burgundia ( Decusse), detta anche Croce di Burgundia. Venne usata dall' impero spagnolo e nei suoi Vicereami come ad esempio Nuova Spagna e Peru. E 'stato anche utilizzato dalla Spagna come bandiera militare o monarchica. Usata dal movimento carlista.
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