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Berazategui District (Buenos Aires Province, Argentina)

Partido de Berazategui

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[Flag of Berazategui]
by Francisco Gregoric, 27 Apr 2008
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About the district

The Partido de Berazategui is located next to the Río de la Plata, in the southern suburbs of Buenos Aires City at 26 Km of that city. It is 221 Km² and it had a total population of 287,913 inhabitants in the last census (2001). Its main economical activities are industries and commerce.

This district was created by provincial Law in 1960, being a part of the Partido de Quilmes before that.
Francisco Gregoric, 10 Apr 2008

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Description of the flag

On 28 August 2007, "Diario El Sol" reported on the flag exhibition held in the town of Berazategui, part of the Autonomous Municipality of Buenos Aires. The exhibition, already seen by 7 millions of visitors in different places of the country, shows some 190 flag and coat of arms related to Argentina.

The report mentions that the flag of Berazategui, designed by the students of the Middle School #4 in a contest involving all the schools of Berazategui, will be added to the exhibition.
Ivan Sache, 30 Aug 2007


The flag of Berazategui was selected in a contest organized in 2001 by the municipal administration for secondary schools. The proposals (one by school) were exhibited in the Berazategui Social Club for direct vote by the community.

The winning design was proposed by Patricia Chaparro, Virginia Guzmán and Vanesa Ledesma, from Secondary School No. 4.

The orange background, representing the municipality of Berazategui, is charged with a wavy national flag. The rising sun placed in the lower left part protects a white dove, a symbol of peace and liberty. The sun is bordered by a laurel wreath with 13 pairs of leaves, recalling the national coat of arms.
Ivan Sache 12 Aug 2013

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