ⓘ Banner o Brazil. The naitional banner o Brazil is a blue disc depictin a starry sky spanned bi a curved baund inscribed wi the naitional motto, athin a yellae r ..

São Gonçalo do Sapucaí

São Gonçalo do Sapucaí is a toun an municipality in the state o Minas Gerais in the Sootheast region o Brazil. The estimatit population is approximately 23.800 inhabitants an the aurie o the municipality is 517.974 km². The elevation is 906 m.

Amajari

Amajari is a municipality locatit in the northwast o the state o Roraima in Brazil. Its population is 7.980 an its aurie is 28.472 km². It is the wastmaist municipality in Roraima.

Rorainópolis

Rorainópolis is a municipality locatit in the soothmaist point o the state o Roraima in Brazil. Its population is 25.714 an its aurie is 33.594 km². The ceety is crossed bi the equator line.

Caroebe

Caroebe is a municipality locatit in the sootheast o the state o Roraima in Brazil. Its population is 7.400 an its aurie is 12.066 km². It is the eastmaist municipality in Roraima an the anerlie ane tae border the state o Pará.

São Luiz, Roraima

São Luiz is a municipality locatit in the sootheast o the state o Roraima in Brazil. Its population is 6.490 an its aurie is 1.527 km², which maks it the smawest municipality in that state.

                                     

ⓘ Banner o Brazil

The naitional banner o Brazil is a blue disc depictin a starry sky spanned bi a curved baund inscribed wi the naitional motto, athin a yellae rhombus, on a green field. Brazil offeecially adoptit this design for its naitional banner on November 19, 1889, replacin the banner o the seicont Empire o Brazil. The concept wis the wirk o Raimundo Teixeira Mendes, wi the collaboration o Miguel Lemos, Manuel Pereira Reis an Décio Villares.

The green field an the yellae rhombus frae the previous imperial banner wur preserved – the green an yellae colors representin the Braganza-Habsburg dynasty. A blue circle wi 27 white five-pointit starns replaced the airms o the Empire o Brazil. The starns, whose poseetion in the banner reflect the sky ower Rio de Janeiro on November 15, 1889, represent the unions federatit units – each starn representin a specific state. The motto "Ordem e Progresso" "Order an Progress" is inspired bi Auguste Comtes motto o positivism: "L’amour pour principe et l’ordre pour base; le progrès pour but" "Love as a principle an order as the basis; progress as the goal".

                                     
  • The Federative Republic o Brazil is a union o twinty - seiven Federative Units Portuguese: Unidades Federativas UF twinty - sax states estados singular
  • in the blue white banner see Banner o Portugal some monarchist banners, sic as the banner o the Unitit Kinrick o Portugal, Brazil an the Algarves, awready
  • commonly uised o the fower colours o the naitional banner tae represent Brazil The fower yellae arraes seembolise the native naitions o Brazil whauras thair
  • The coat o airms o Brazil wis creaut in November 19, 1889, fower day efter Brazil became a republic. The coat o airms consists o the central emblem surroondit
  • ceety o Brazil the lairgest ceety in the soothren hemisphere, an the warld s 7t lairgest metropolitan aurie. The ceety is the caipital o the state o São
  • Minas Gerais is ane o the 26 states o Brazil o whilk it is the seicont maist populous, the seicont richest, an the fowert mucklest in aurie. Minas Gerais
  • o the Holy Saviour o the Bay o aw Saunts is the lairgest ceety on the northeast coast o Brazil an the caipital o the Northeastern Brazilian state o
  • tae simply as Rio, is the caipital ceety o the State o Rio de Janeiro, the seicont lairgest ceety o Brazil an the third lairgest metropolitan aurie an
  • those o the Spaingie banner uised as the banner for the New Kinrick o Granada. In 9 October 1952, exactly 142 year efter thir events, decree 555 o 1952
  • fowert lairgest in Sooth Americae efter Brazil Argentinae, an Peru wi an aurie mair nor twa times that o Fraunce. It haes the 29t lairgest population
  • Internaitional Olympic Committee hoists the Olympic banner for the first time. 1926 - Brazil leaves the League o Naitions. 1937 - Brazil s first naitional pairk