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Santana do Ipanema, Alagoas (Brazil)

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Santana do Ipanema (Alagoas, Brazil) image by Dirk Schoenberger, 22 January 2010

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About the Flag

Vertically divided triband blue-white-blue, with the white band slightly wider, and bearing the municipal arms.

The law about municipal symbols is posted at
Dirk Schoenberger, 22 January 2010

The municipal symbols are prescribed by Municipal Law No. 388 of 27 April 1970, as follows.

"I. Flag
a) White rectangle;
b) Two blue vertical stripes in the borders;
c) The coat of arms in the middle

II. Coat of arms
a) Brown symbolizing our strength;
b) On orange yellow the Latin words " Labore Prospereriemus", translated as "Our work will be prosperous";
c) Blue representing the sky;
d) Grey symbolizing our mountains;
e) Maize, bean, cotton and cactus representing our agricultural resources;
f) Cream [color] as a representation of our soil;
g) Light blue for the water of Ipanema;
h) A brown scroll charged with the name of the municipality and the date of political emancipation"

Ivan Sache, 15 January 2012