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Ibaiti, Paraná (Brazil)

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Ibaiti, PR (Brazil) image by Joseph McMillan

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About the Flag of Ibaiti

The flag of of Ibaiti was designed by César Luiz da Silva Pereira. It is divided into three horizontal stripes, yellow, white, and green, the white taking up half the hoist. The yellow stripe represents the "exuberance of the municipality and the wealth produced by the labor of its children." White is for the peace and brotherhood (love of neighbor) "that rules in the community." Green represents the forest, agriculture, and hope. The municipal coat of arms is on the center.
Source: See also the same site's page on the creation of the flag.
Joseph McMillan, 23 July 2002

It is worth pointing out that the field is an inverted version of the flag of the Juliana Republic of nearby Santa Catarina (1839-40). The flag seems to have been adopted in about 1970.
Joseph McMillan, 21 March 2003

Variant flag

Ibaiti, PR (Brazil) image by Dirk Schönberger, 25 July 2011

In this variant, the colours are reversed, and the arms are smaller.

Official website at
The flag is shown on Wikipedia at

Dirk Schönberger, 25 July 2011