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Peruíbe, São Paulo State (Brazil)

Estância Balneária de Peruíbe

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Estância Balneária de Peruíbe, SP (Brazil) image by Ivan Sache, 1 January 2013
Source: http://www.peruibe2.sp.gov.br/municipe/index.html 


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About the Flag

MUNICIPAL CITY HALL OF EST┬NCIA BALNEÁRIA DE PERU═BE, Law n║ 238/1,966, of 24 February, 1966.
Albano Ferreira, Mayor of Peruíbe, promulgated the following Law:

TO INSTITUTE THE FLAG OF THE CITY:

Article 1 - The Municipal Flag is established based on article 195 of the Federal Constitution.

Article 2║ - The attached model (see above) is an integral part of this Law.

Article 3║ - In the tradition of the Portuguese heraldry it has the following characteristics following; gyronny, alternating blue and white, a white disk with black outline in the center in which the full arms of the city are applied.

Article 4║ - the municipal flag will have official dimensions as of the national one: 9 (nine) modules high for 13 (thirteen) long, the central disk (four) modules in diameter and the arms two and a half modules of wide and 3 (three) high, outlines will have the width of one eighth of a module.

Article 5║ - the expenditures of its execution will be placed on the current budget.

Article 6║ - This Law will come into force on the date of publication.

 located by Valentin Poposki, 15 February 2006

The municipality of Peruíbe (59,793 inhabitants in 2010; 32,621 ha) is located in coastal São Paulo State, 140 km of São Paulo.

Peruíbe originates in São João de Perohybe, a colony ("aldeia") established by the Society of Jesus to settle and evangelize the natives of the region. The municipality of Peruíbe was established by State Law No. 2,582 of 18 February 1959, seceding from Itanhaém. The municipality was granted the title of "Sea Resort" on 22 June 1974; the 18 beaches located on the municipal territory stretch over 32 km.

Article 4 of the Municipal Constitution, adopted on 5 April 1990 and last amended on 26 January 2012, prescribes the symbols of Peruíbe, without further description, as "the coat of arms, the flag and the anthem".

Photos of the flag
http://milenabargieri.blogspot.fr/2010/09/novo-centro-de-damas-e-xadrez.html  http://milenabargieri.blogspot.fr/2010/09/comeca-semana-da-patria-na-cidade.html
http://www.onirapt.com.br/noticias/cidade-limpa-e-aprovada

The coat of arms pictures quite realistically the local landscape - compare with the photo available on Wikimedia Commons http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Peruibe_beach.JPG 

The mural crown usually surmounting the shield of Brazilian municipal arms is replaced here by a representation of the ruins of the church erected by the Jesuits on the Abarebebê rock. This church is often considered as the first Christian sanctuary built in Brazil.
http://www.peruibest.com.br/turismo/roteiro-historico/ruinas-do-abarebebe.htm 

Ivan Sache, 1 January 2013


Variant flag

Estância Balneária de Peruíbe, SP (Brazil) image by Dirk Sch÷nberger, 2 January 2013
Based on http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peru%C3%ADbe

This variant lacks the black ring around the white disk.
Dirk Sch÷nberger, 2 January 2013