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São Vicente, São Paulo State (Brazil)

Last modified: 2013-02-24 by ian macdonald
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[Flag of São Vicente, SP (Brazil)] image by Jorge Candeias, 1 December 2005 and Ivan Sache, 2 January 2013

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About the Flag of São Vicente


The flag is white with a wide red border charged with 8 yellow crosses and has a purple lion rampant in the white panel. This is a banner of the municipal arms. - Municipal website

São Vicente is one of the suburban municipalities that surrounds the big metropolis of São Paulo, occupying an area of 148 (rather small for Brazilian standards) inhabited by nearly 315,000 people. It bears the distinction of having been the very first town founded by the Portuguese in the Americas, back in 1532.
Jorge Candeias, 1 December 2005

Photos of the flag:
Ivan Sache, 2 January 2013