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Cedeno (Bolivar,Venezuela)

Municipio Cedeño, Caicara del Orinoco

Last modified: 2024-04-26 by daniel renteră­a
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The Flag

The Municipality of General Manuel Cedeno in the State of Bolivar, Venezuela, adopted its flag during the council sessions in 04 July and 11 July 2006. The full story with official description of the flag is at <>.
Valentin Poposki, 20 August 2006

The flag was designed by Víctor Ramírez and Gabriel González, students of the Bolivarian High School of Manuel Cedeño. The symbolism is as follows:

Yellow: Apparently Pantone 130-C, though this seems different from the image provided. This color represents natural and mineral wealth; strength of the Orinoco River; the energy of the resplendent sun of Cedeño; the ancestral wisdom inherited from the municipality'sethnicities; and finally, the color used by the patriots of the First and Second republics.

Petroglyph: Represents the archaeological heritage of the municipality. This petroglyph is among those found in the Punta de Cedeño sector, where in the '90s it was discovered that 70% of these figures correspond to geometric shapes. The petroglyph was drawn in black. As typical with quite a few other municipalities...the eight stars stand for the eight united provinces of Venezuela, which includes Guayana.
Daniel Rentería, 23 April 2024