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SYMBOLS


WHICH ARE THE PORTOCAPITALIAN NATIONAL SYMBOLS?

Porto Capital's main national symbols are it's flag, it's Coat of Arms, and the National Anthem

THE FLAG

The Portocapitalian National Flag is used on land by both the people and the government. It's ratio is of 13x9. It is made of three dark orange (RGB 204,51,0) stripes, two yellow (RGB 255,204,0) stripes, and a blue (RGB 0,0,128) triangle with a yellow line on it.

Each color on our flag has it's meaning. Dark orange stands for our people's strenght. Yellow, for our nation's natural resources. And blue, for our hope in a better future.

THE COAT OF ARMS

The Portocapitalian National Coat of Arms is just the national flag on a shield-like form. Actually, it is not a coat of arms, since it does not follow heraldical forms, but rather a seal.

THE ANTHEM

The Portocapitalian National Anthem was composed by various revolutionary leaders during the Peaceful Revolution. It was later adopted as the national anthem. Click here to play. Lyrics soon to be avaiable here.

OTHER FLAGS

Porto Capital's states and cities also have their own flags. Click on the links below to know them.

Flags at Sea
State of Extremo and Extreman Cities
State of Guetaso and Guetasan Cities
State of Bajapez and Bajapeian Cities

Historical Flags