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Bejuma (Carabobo, Venezuela)

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Bejuma image by Luis Manuel Lopez Rojas, 18 April 2020

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Description of the flag

A dominant color, blue, which represents the majesty of our sky, and in the upper left corner, a star, meaning this, the star that adorns the head of our heavenly patron Saint Raphael Archangel. Two different horizontal stripes in proportion and color follow. The green stripe represents the valleys that surround the region; as well as the grove and foliage that characterize the streets and avenues of the small city of Bejuma. The orange stripe indicates the citrus crops that occur throughout the entire length of these valleys. Author: Emir Leonardo Cáceres Solá.

Luis Manuel Lopez Rojas, 18 April 2020