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Ibaiti, Paraná (Brazil)

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

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About the Flag of Ibaiti

The municipality of Ibaiti (31,854 inhabitants in 2021; 89,685 ha) is located 300 km north-west of Curitiba.

The flag of Ibaiti is horizontally divided green-yellow-white (1:2:1), charged in the center with the municipal coat of arms.


The flag and arms of Ibaiti were originally prescribed by Municipal Law No. 49 promulgated on 6 November 1970.

Article 2.
The coat of arms of Itaibi features the following elements.
A. An eight-towered mural crown.
B. In upper left part a pair of scales, representing the municipality's date of birth (Libra) and justice.
C. On the right side
E. [The shield supported] left by a branch of coffee, representing the main crop, and right by a maize plant representing cereal production.
F. An emerald green scroll with the municipality's date of creation and name.

Article 3.
The flag of Ibaiti is described as follows.
Rectangular, divided in three yellow, white and green stripes.
A. The yellow stripe represents the municipality's exuberance and income produced by the labor of its inhabitants.
B. The white stripe represents peace and fraternity, which are attributes of Ibaiti's community.
C. The green stripe represents forests, agriculture and hope.
D. The central white stripe is charged with two branches of coffee, our main crop.
Municipal website

Ivan Sache, 3 February 2022