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Santa Adélia, São Paulo State (Brazil)

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[Santa Adélia, 
SP (Brazil)] image by Joseph McMillan

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About the Flag of Santa Adélia

A typical Arcinóe Antônio Peixoto de Faria design: green with a white-bordered red cross, and the municipal coat of arms on a white lozenge overall. The coat of arms is green with a gold fountain, and on a white chief a red cross of the Order of Christ between two blue fleurs-de-lis. The shield is flanked by red brick chimneys on each side as well as a stalk of corn to the dexter and a branch of coffee to the sinister.
Source: Official municipal website. See also the same site's page on the coat of arms.
Joseph McMillan, 21 March 2003