Cape Cross Parish has several symbols that represent it.
Coat of Arms and flagEdit
The Parish arms are a white cross on a blue and green background. The white cross symbolizes the Coastal cliffs at the head of the cape, where a stone cross erected by Venetians (or Genoese) was found (this also gives name to the cape, the city and the parish. The green symbolizes the greenery and nature of the state and the blue symbolizes the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the skies.
Both the arms and flag were adopted by the parish in 1846 after using a version of the Hargreaves Arms since 1789.