Flag of the Federal District (Brazil)

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The flag of the Brazilian Federal District was created by the poet Guilherme de Almeida, and officialized on August 26, 1969. The Cross of Brasília in the center symbolizes the indigenous heritage and the strength that hails in all directions. White stands for peace and green stands for the vegetation of the region.


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Acre Bahia Goiás Minas Gerais Pernambuco Rio Grande do Sul São Paulo
Alagoas Ceará Maranhão Pará Piauí Rondônia Sergipe
Amapá Federal District Mato Grosso Paraíba Rio de Janeiro Roraima Tocantins
Amazonas Espírito Santo Mato Grosso do Sul Paraná Rio Grande do Norte Santa Catarina Brazil