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Here it is a translation of the flag description and official symbolism:
"Three colors represent the Department of Itapua: the green is Hope, the white is Peace and the red is Work.
The green stripe: is the color that represents our agricultural wealth in its different headings, the soybean, the grass kills, the wheat, the rice, etc, our mounts and forests, that as a whole qualify our Departement as the breadbasket of the country.
The white stripe: in greater size than the others. It represents peace, the laborious and pacifist spirit and of the inhabitants.
The red stripe: in same size as the green stripe, it represents our red Earth, as a product of the force and the power of our people, the one that in amalgam of race and culture, work and tenacity, constructs day after day, the greatness of our department."
Olivier Touzeau, 12 Aug 2007
[This previously reported flag was found in www.itacom.com.py]. The original link given as a source [http://www.itacom.com.py/itacom/itapua.html] does not work anymore, but the page can still be seen at:
But, at: http://www.itapua.gov.py/departamento/simb.php the flag of Itapúa does not look the same. The stripes are not wavy, the white stripe is a bit larger (which is told in the description), and the coat-of-arms is in the middle of the white stripe [see above].
What is surprising is that the description given on www.itapua.gov.py is somewhat the same as the one we could read at www.itacom.com.py some years ago.
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