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Banzaź, Bahia (Brazil)

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About the Flag

Horizontally divided red over blue, with a white octagon on point bearing the arms.

The Blue of the First Rectangle and the central stripe with the name Banzaź - BA is a tribute to our Political Emancipation, on February 24, 1989, it represents our water sources and the sky, this color is often associated with depth and stability. The second Rectangle Red symbolizes pride for our land and the struggles and achievements of people who make up the ethnicity of our municipality. The Octagon White represents the Indian Reservation Kiriri. This is a color that refers to peace, sincerity, purity, truth. The Timber is an old building fortress with four towers and four doors representing the four pillars of the administration, namely: Control, Direction, Organization and Planning.

Elements that make up the Shield
Ox: Reference to Livestock
Honey: Beekeeping Reference
Cashew: Reference to nut culture
Beans and Corn: Reference to Family Farming

The flag and the official coat of arms of the municipality were approved at an Ordinary Session of the City Council on March 12, 2018.

And here is the link to PDF Document with information about the flag of Barra da Estiva
Valentin Poposki, 9 April 2020

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Banzaź, BA (Brazil) image located by Valentin Poposki, 9 April 2020

A white flag with a narrow red stripe across the centre, and with the arms in the middle.