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Brazil Flag

The current flag of Brazil was adopted on May 11, 1992 with 27 stars, previously Brazilian flag had 21 stars which was adopted on November 19, 1889.

Brazil Flag

Brazilian Flag


Flags of Neighboring Countries
Colombia Flag
Colombia Flag
Venezuela Flag
Venezuela Flag
Guyana Flag
Guyana Flag
Suriname Flag
Suriname Flag
French Guiana Flag
French Guiana Flag
Argentina Flag
Argentina Flag
Paraguay Flag
Paraguay Flag
Bolivia Flag
Bolivia Flag
Peru Flag
Peru Flag


Designed by Raimundo Teixeira Mendes, the national flag of Brazil consists of a
green base with a large yellow rhombus in the middle of it. Inside the rhombus is a blue circle with white stars of different sizes depicting a kind of starry sky. There is a white banner running through the circle. On the circle is a motto which reads "Ordem e Progresso" which translates in English to "Order and Progress".

There are a total twenty seven white stars in the Brazil Flag. Each of the star represents each and every 'Federal District' as well as state of Brazil. The green color signifies Brazil's verdant pasture and forest region, while the yellow colored diamond shape indicates Brazil 's gold resources. Brazil was once home to the largest gold mines in world.

Official Name: The Federative Republic of Brazil
Proportion: 7:10
Adopted on: May 11, 1992
Location: South America bordered by Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guyana, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay
Capital City: Brasilia
Major Cities: Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Santa Cararina, Parana
Area: 3,287,612 square miles
Population: 201,009,622 [according to July 2013 estimate]
Currency: Real (R$) (BRL)
Official Language: Portuguese
National Anthem: Hino Nacional Brasileiro