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Laguna, Santa Catarina (Brazil)

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[Flag of 
Laguna, SC (Brazil)] image by Joseph McMillan

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About the Flag of Laguna

The flag is a horizontal tricolor, green, white, and golden yellow, with the municipal coat of arms on the center. The tricolor is the flag of the Catarinense or Juliana Republic, a separatist state proclaimed as part of the Farroupilha rebellion against the Brazilian Empire in the 1830s-40s. Laguna was its capital. The coat of arms is tierced in fess. The chief is blue with a roundel bearing the portrait of a Franciscan friar supported by two angels. The center, red fimbriated white, the upper fimbriation wavy, shows a white tower, a yellow cross flory, and a banner "or a lion rampant azure." The base is blue with the shield of the Catarinense Republic in silver.
Joseph McMillan, 17 August 2002