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Potaro-Siparuni Region, Guyana

Region 8

Last modified: 2020-04-12 by rob raeside
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image located by Jason Saber, 7 June 2019

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From "Emblems, Flags and Colours of the Regions of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana", apparently published by the Government of Guyana.

Potaro-Siparuni Region No. 8
The Potaro-Siparuni Region gets its name from the Potaro and Siparuni Rivers, which are tributaries of the Essequibo River.

Predominantly forested highland with a small portion of hilly sand and clay, this region is home to the famous Kaieteur and Orinduik Falls. The Kaieteur is one of the highest single-drop waterfalls in the world, and it is one of the beautiful sights in the Guyana. The waterfalls of this region are great tourist attractions.

The people of this region, merely 5,737 in number, are involved in gold and diamond mining and forestry. Mazda Mining Company Ltd has the largest operation in this region. Many of these mining companies are destroying the rivers they work in especially the Essequibo and Konawaruk Rivers.

The Iwokrama Rainforest Project is partly located in this region. The project studies how the rainforest can be used in the country's development (for example, by providing timber) without being destroyed or depleted.
Jason Saber, 7 June 2019

Flag Concept

The flag ship tourism product of Guyana is found in this region so this will be used as the symbol. For colours they will be green, black and yellow for forestry, strength of the people and mineral wealth respectively.
Jason Saber, 7 June 2019

Tricolor flag

image located by Jens Pattke, 9 June 2019