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Guaçuí, Espírito Santo (Brazil)

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Guaçuí, ES (Brazil)by André Pires Godinho

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About the Flag of Guaçuí

Designed by the heraldist Arcinóe Antônio Peixoto de Farias, the flag is quartered in a form of cross, the quarters are blue, constituted by yellow stripes superimposed on red stripes, crossing in the center of the flag. On this point is placed a rhombus where the municipal coat of arms is positioned. The cross (a common element in Brazilian municipal flags) is for the Christian spirit of the people. The Coat of arms represents the municipal government, the rhombus the city. As to the colors, yellow symbolizes wealth, red patriotism and courage, blue justice and loyalty. [See Symbolism in Brazilian Municipal Heraldry--Ed.]
André Pires Godinho, 22 March 2003


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