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Nova Serrana, Minas Gerais (Brazil)

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Nova Serrana, MG (Brazil) by André Pires Godinho

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About the Flag of Nova Serrana

Adopted by Municipal Law 306, of 2 June 1972.
Source: Law books of the Municipality of Nova Serrana
André Pires Godinho, 8 March 2003

The flag is a horizontal tricolor, flag green (i.e., the same green as in the Brazilian national flag), white, and royal blue, with the municipal coat of arms on the center of the white stripe. The coat of arms is yellow with the heraldic symbol of the shoe industry (a skin, hammer, and awl), having at the top a fess with the words "FÉ, DIGNIDADE E TRABALHO (Faith, dignity, and work)." The shield is flanked by branches of rice and wheat. Above it, a crown symbolizes the faith that rules over the municipality. The scroll is inscribed with the name of the municipality and the dates of its creation and its attainment of municipal independence.
Source: Official municipal website
Joseph McMillan, 9 March 2003

About Nova Serrana

Area: 283.1 Sq. Km.
Population: 37,429
André Pires Godinho, 8 March 2003