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João Ramalho, São Paulo State (Brazil)

Last modified: 2013-06-01 by ian macdonald
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The municipality of João Ramalho (4,138 inhabitants in 2010; 41,604 ha) is located in western São Paulo State, 500 km of São Paulo.

João Ramalho is named for the Portuguese pioneer João Ramalho (1493-1580), who founded in 1553 Santo André da Borda do Campo, today São Bernardo do Campo.

The symbols of João Ramalho are prescribed in Article 1 of the Municipal Constitution, adopted on 18 March 1990 and revised on 10 September 2009, as "the flag, the coat of arms and the anthem". - Municipal Constitution

The flag is shown on a photo that does not allow to guess any detail of its design.

Ivan Sache, 17 April 2013

The site at at least seems to tell us the flag is charged with the arms.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 17 April 2013

"A Bandeira municipal:
Fica instituído para o uso da Prefeitura e Câmara de João Ramalho, a bandeira que representa o município dotado de brasão, cujas definições estão acima."
The flag shows the arms on a dark blue field.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 4 May 2013