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São Sebastião do Paraíso, Minas Gerais (Brazil)

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São Sebastião do Paraíso, MG (Brazil) by André Pires Godinho

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About the Flag of São Sebastião do Paraíso

The flag is divided in cross in accordance with the Portuguese tradition [but see Portuguese rules in Brazilian civic flags--Ed.]. In the center is the coat of arms of the city. The colors of the flag are the same as those of the coat of arms. Each quarter is blue. On a white rhombus is the coat of arms. Issuing from the rhombus red stripes divide the flag into four quarters. The coat of arms symbolizes the municipal government, the rhombus the city itself, the stripes the radiation of municipal power to all the parts of the municipal territory, and the blue quarters the rural areas of the municipality.
André Pires Godinho, 8 March 2003

About São Sebastião do Paraíso

Area: 822.3 Sq. Km.
Population: 58,298
André Pires Godinho, 8 March 2003