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image by Jens Pattke, 3 October 2008
According to <www.mipasaje.com>
, Santa Rosa flag is
yellow over green with red triangle at the hoist.
Dov Gutterman, 14 September 2007
A 1:2 bicolour of a light yellow over a dark green with a
right angled hoist triangle of a dark red. The website is
roughly translated as: "It's two equal horizontal stripes
and a triangle based at the pole and ending on the dividing line
of the horizontals, 'púrpura' [purple ?]; the stripes yellow on
top and green at the bottom".
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 3 October 2008
The canton of Santa Rosa was formed on 15 October 1859. The
placed was named after St. Rose of Lima (1586-1817), the first
saint from the Americas, canonized on 2 April 1671 by Pope
Translated from <www.mipasaje.com>:
"The flag is made of three equal horizontal stripes and of a purple triangle placed along the hoist and pointing to the limit of the two horizontal fields. The horizontal stripes are yellow on top and green on bottom.
Yellow represents the canton's resources symbolized on the municipal shield by a cornucopia. green symbolizes the greenness of the fields and the hope of the inhabitants for a better future."
Ivan Sache, 4 October 2008