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Rio do Sul, Santa Catarina(Brazil)

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[Flag of Rio do Sul image by Joseph McMillan, 17 August 2002


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About the Flag of Rio do Sul

The flag of Rio do Sul was instituted on 15 October 1960. It was designed on commission by the artist H. Steiner of Rio de Janeiro. The proportions are the same as for the national flag, 14:20. The flag is divided into three horizontal stripes, green, blue, and yellow, colors taken from the national flag. On the center, inside an outlined white lozenge (presumably also based on the national flag), are the five yellow stars of the constellation of the Southern Cross (Cruzeiro do Sul).
Source: www.riodosul.com.br
Joseph McMillan, 17 August 2002


Variant flag

[Flag of Rio do Sul image by Dirk Schönberger, 28 July 2012
Source: http://www.riodosul.sc.gov.br/portal/principal.php?pg=1043

The variant shows the municipal shield and crest in place of the lozenge.

Official website at http://www.riodosul.sc.gov.br
Dirk Schönberger, 28 July 2012