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SYMBOLS - BAJAPEIAN FLAGS


WHICH ARE BAJAPEZ'S FLAGS?

The State of Bajapez has it's own flags, as well as it's cities. They are all with a 3x2 ratio.

THE STATE OF BAJAPEZ

Three horizontal bars of dark blue, grey and dark blue.

THE CITY OF ALCACER

Alcacer's (former al'Kacir Kebir) flag is a horizontal tricolour of green, black and green. Over it all, a white crescent and star, standing for the people's Mounist faith.

THE CITY OF ÁUSTER

An horizontal tricolour of dark brown, white and green. On the white stripe, the city's coat of arms. The colors stand for the Border Mountains, where the city is located.

THE CITY OF BATISTA

On a brownish field, an image of St. John Baptist, the city's patron saint.

THE CITY OF CERRO AZUL

On a green field, a blue circle bordered white. The circle stands for the Bulmer Lake, on whose shore the city is located.

THE CITY OF CELIVÍ

Ten blue and white bars.

THE CITY OF ESPADA

Espada's (Sword) flag is made of a white field with two crossed swords proper and a scroll between both with the city's name. On the top and below of the flag, two green bars.

THE CITY OF FRONTEIRA

This city's name stands for "The Border", as it's located near the Porto Capital - Stervia border. On a blue field, a yellow canton bordered red with a green four-pointed star.

THE CITY OF LACÚ

Ten green and white bars, a red canton with a white eight-pointed star.

THE CITY OF MEDINA

Literally, this city's name means "City" in Orabic. A tricolour of black, white and yellow, a white crescent on the black stripe.

THE CITY OF MEZAPATA

Ten red and white stripes, with a unusual-looking star on a white circle.

THE CITY OF MINARET

Minaret's ("Tower") flag is a unequal tricolour of red, white and green, with a blue triangle with a white crescent.

THE CITY OF ORAN

Oran was the capital of the Mauretanian Empire, and has a flag largely based on it, featuring elements of the Mounist faith: the crescent and star and the Shadadda.

THE CITY OF PIRALUNACO

Bicolour of red and black with an yellow fimbriation.

THE CITY OF PORTAL

Portal was considered the gateway to the Bajapeian Rainforest, hence it's name. Five stripes of blueish green, white, red, white and blueish green.

THE CITY OF PROZANOR

Ten stripes of blueish green and sky blue, with a golden seven-pointed star centered.

THE CITY OF SERENÍSSIMA

Sereníssima means "The Most Serene". It's flag is made of a white St. George cross, each of it's quarters divided horizontally on grey and orangish pink.

THE CITY OF TERCEIRA

Tricolour of yellow, white and red, with a blue triangle with a thin white line running it's borders, just like on the national flag.