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Fartura, São Paulo State (Brazil)

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Fartura, SP (Brazil) image by Ivan Sache, 31 March 2013
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The municipality of Fartura (15,324 inhabitants in 2010; 49,246 ha) is located 360 km of São Paulo.

Fartura was founded by Manoel José Viana on a plot offered by this father, Remígio José Viana, to erect a chapel dedicated to Our Lady of the Sorrows, which was achieved in 1887. The municipality of Fartura was established on 31 March 1891. The name of the municipality means "abundance" in Portuguese, referring to the plenty of game, fish and fruit in the region. - Website of the Municipal Council

The symbols of Fartura are prescribed in Article 3 of the Municipal Constitution, adopted on 22 March 2004, as "the coat of arms, the flag and the anthem, as well as other symbols established by Municipal Law". - Municipal Constitution

The flag is white with the municipal coat of arms in the middle. The Latin motto "COPIA IN OMNIBUS" reads "Abundance of Everything".


Ivan Sache, 31 March 2013