Cienfuegos City Symbols & Emblems

Coat Of Arms

Coat Of Arms

The Coat of Arms of Cienfuegos was designed by Don Agustin de Santa Cruz in 1831, and was adopted by our City Council on July 4, 1848. Its rectangular and is divided into two blocks. At the top, on the blue field, appears in front of the Fernandina de Jagua Fortress ... read more

Cienfuegos Flag

Cienfuegos Flag

The Cienfuegos Flag was designed, painted and embroidered by the first poet born in Cienfuegos, Clotilde del Carmen Rodriguez Lopez. It consists of three vertical stripes, the first one blue, white and red second the third, as the French flag, recalling the Gallic origin of Fernandina de Jagua ... read more

Cienfuegos Anthem

Cienfuegos Anthem

Cienfuegos's hymn was composed by Spanish musician José Mauri to mark the first anniversary of the founding of the city in 1819. This anthem was played for the first time the Banda Municipal de Cienfuegos on the night of April 9, 1919 ... read more

Jagua Tree

Jagua Tree

Jagua was the native name of the region of Cienfuegos, and it is a very abundant indigenous tree centuries ago. A lot of ripe fruit caressed by a ray of moonlight, came Jagua, according to Aboriginal myth. In the shield of Cienfuegos, also incorporated in the central belt of our flag, depicted a Jaguar in production ... read more