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image by Dov Gutterman, 1 September 2008
Tiquisio is a municipality (since 1994) located in the
The flag of Tiquisio is horizontally divided blue-yellow-green.
Source: municipal web site.
Dov Gutterman, 1 September 2008
Translated from municipal
Yellow: Resources of our municipality;
The flag appears as a scroll surmonting the municipal coat of arms, charged with the black writing "TIQUISIO TIERRA ADORADA" (Tiquisio beloved land).
The colours of the flag are used in the three main parts of the coat of arms, with a charge:
- Chief: a blue river landscape with a launch symbolizing river transportation used to reach Tiquisio and a fisher symbolizing the economy of the municipality;
- Dexter: a gold field with maize plants and cobs, symbolizing the agricultural activity of the municipality;
- Sinister: a green field with a brown capybara, symbolizing the local fauna. The capybara (Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris L.), locally known as "carpincho" and common all over Northern South America , is the largest of all rodents (up to 65 kg);
- Base (not shown on the flag): a red field with a gold placer's pan, representing the ore of the municipality.
Ivan Sache, 22 September 2008
image from municipal web site