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Santana de Parnaiba, São Paulo State (Brazil)

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Santana de Parnaiba, SP (Brazil) image located by Ivan Sarajcic, 16 November 2005
Source: http://www.santanadeparnaiba.sp.gov.br/hist_band/his_bandeira.htm


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About the Flag of Santana de Parnaiba

Based on http://www.santanadeparnaiba.sp.gov.br/hist_band/his_bandeira.htm, the municipal flag of Santana de Parnaíba, was created by Prof. Arcinoe Antonio Peixoto de Faria. It is a blue flag with a red off-centered cross, fimbriated yellow, and a white disk bearing the arms: an Iberian shield and supported by two men. The cross represents the faith, and the circle (disk) represents eternity, indicating the faith of the townspeople in the eternity of their city, the colors yellow and white represent the metals gold and silver, the red color, represents audacity, value, generosity, fearlessness, magnanimity, honor and conspicuous nobility, remembering the attributes of Parnaiban settlers legacies and the virtues of administrators and townspeople. The original size of the flag is of 14M (fourteen modules) of height for 20M (twenty modules) of length, the arms of the cross are 1M (a module) wide. The median line of the vertical vertical arms is 7M (seven modules) from the hoist, the disk is 8M (eight modules) in diameter and the coat of arms is 6.5M (six modules and way) high.
Altavista Babelfish translation.