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SYMBOLS - GUETASAN FLAGS


WHICH ARE GUETASO'S FLAGS?

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

THE STATE OF GUETASO

On a green field, a dark red vertical bar, fimbriated by a thin white line. These colors represent the Partogees language, which is the most widely spoken in the state. On the upper right corner, a traditional device made of two red arrows defacing each other. It's meaning is unknown, although it has been present in Guetasan flags since five hundred years ago.

THE CITY OF BAÍA

Baía's (Partogees for "The Bay") flag is a horizontal tricolour of white, light blue and white. On a dark blue canton, an white St. Sebastian cross.

THE CITY OF BELO QUINTO

Belo Quinto's flag is made of an white field, with an red St. Sebastian cross inside a red circle. On the fly, a red stripe. On the cross' top, two scrools: One shows the city's name, while the other one displays the city's motto: "Nuncius non Magnus", which is Liliani for "the prophet is not important", a reference to a local legend. Click on the flag for a larger image.

THE CITY OF CAMPOS

Campos is a small city, whose economy is largely based on agriculture. The city's flag is made of a light brown field, with two thin black and white stripes on the fly. Right beside them, the city's coat of arms: or a horse passant proper a letter "C" azure on a chief vert a cow or. The horse and the cow stands for the city's agriculture, as does the green, yellow and brown colors.

THE CITY OF CERRO AZUL

Cerro Azul (The Blue Hill) has a very simple flag: a blue St. George cross centered on white field. On the cross, the city's coat of arms. Click on the flag for a larger image.

THE CITY OF CIDADE D'OURO

Cidade D'Ouro is Partogees for "The Golden City". It's flag is made of a bicolour of red and yellow. On the lower part of red band, a thin blue stripe and a thiner white one. Centered on the red band, an yellow star.

THE CITY OF COSTA

Costa's flag is made of an white field, with two blue stripes. On the fly, the coat of arms: or a cross gules a saltire azure a chief azure.

THE CITY OF ELMIRA

Elmira has a very simple flag: it's just the city's coat of arms on an yellow field.

THE CITY OF ENTRE POVOS

This city's name stands for "Between Peoples", since the city is near the Extreman-Guetasan border. It's flag features the colors of both Extremo and Guetaso, with a thin white fimbriation. On the upper right corner, the city's coat of arms, featuring the same colors as the flag.

THE CITY OF FLORIANO

Floriano's flag is made of a light blue field. Centered on it, the city's coat of arms: Quartered argent and azure two suns or. On the red scrool, the city's name.

THE CITY OF HORTAL

Hortal's flag is made of a green field with the city's seal centered on it.

THE CITY OF LONGÍNQUA

Longínqua's ("The Far Away") flag is made of a blue star on a black field. On the fly, two thin white and light blue stripes. The colors are an heritage from the Mauretanian Empire.

THE CITY OF MARECHAL

Marechal's flag is made of a quartered field of dark red and yellow. Centered, a star counterchanged.

THE CITY OF MEDISPONHO

The city of Medisponho has a flag made of a white field, with two black and red bars on the lower right and upper left corners. Centered, an yellow eight-pointed star. This combination of colors isn't much common in Portocapitalian flags.

THE CITY OF NOVA ESPERANÇA

Nova Esperança (The New Hope) has a very simple flag. It is made of a white field with two green stars on it. These colors stands for hope on a better future.

THE CITY OF PAZ

"Paz" is Partogees for "Peace", which is represented in this city's flag: A bicolour of grey and blue. Centered, the silhouette of a white dove. On the upper right corner, the Vexillium Peace coat of arms: azure a dove volant.

THE CITY OF PORTO DIVINO

Porto Divino's (God's Haven) flag is made of a light blue field, the black silhouette of a caravel, a St. Sebastian cross on the upper right corner. Porto Divino, once Mars al'Kebir, was the point were the Mauretanians arrived to begin their conquest of Northern Melania. Once again, the black, blue and white colors stand for the Mauretanian Empire.

THE CITY OF PROSPERIDADE

Prosperidade (Prosperity) has a very unusual flag: on a white field, this pattern of green and blue, found on the local craftwork.

THE CITY OF RATE

Rate is Guetaso's capital city. It's flag is made of fifteen red, blue and yellow bars.

THE CITY OF RENOVAÇÃO

Renovação (Renovation) has a flag made of eighteen yellow and blue horizontal stripes. On the red canton, a blue star on an yellow circle.

THE CITY OF ROMERO-CREMONESI

This city was founded by a man called Arthur Romero-Cremonesi, who named the city after himself. The flag is made of a bicolour of yellow and red. Between them, a thick green fimbriation. On the upper right corner, the founder's monogram.

THE CITY OF SANTA CRUZ

Santa Cruz' flag is made of a field quartered of yellow and red. On the center, a blue St. George cross, bordered white. And, bordering each quarter, a line counterchanged.

THE CITY OF SANTA CRUZ DO SUL

Santa Cruz do Sul's flag is made of a blue field, with two red bars on the flag's top and bottom. Fimbriating them, a thin yellow line. On the blue, four shields with the city's colors.

THE CITY OF SANTO CRISO

Santo Criso's flag is made of a green field. A black triangle pointing left runs all the flag. Inside the triangle, a white cross.

THE CITY OF SÃO HERCULANO

Vermelha's (Red) flag is made of a stylized red cross on an yellow field. On the center of the cross, an yellow star. On each quarter of the flag, an red star, which is counterchanged on the lower quarters.

THE CITY OF SIVÍCA

Two yellow and green areas, separated by a white diagonal bar.

THE CITY OF TAMIL

Zantar's flag is made of a white field, with two thin blue lines. On the right side, the city's coat of arms.

THE CITY OF VALENÇA

Zantar's flag is made of a white field, with two thin blue lines. On the right side, the city's coat of arms.