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by Joseph McMillan
The flag was designed by Professor Ana Maria Gomes Pedrosa and
officially adopted by law no. 214 [no date given]. It is divided
into four quarters, blue and white, and has on the center an
oval crossed by a stripe with the name of the municipality. Above
the stripe is a house in the Bangüê style (an Indian tribe, I assume)
and below it four stars that represent the city of Macaparana and the
villages of Aburá, Pirauá e Nova Esperança. Around the oval are two stalks of sugar cane.
Source: www.macaparana.com.br; click the image of the flag in the upper left corner of the page.
Joseph McMillan, 17 March 2003