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Borda da Mata, Minas Gerais (Brazil)

Last modified: 2002-10-26 by joe mcmillan
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[Flag of Borda da Mata, 
MG (Brazil)] by Joseph McMillan

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About the Flag of Borda da Mata

The flag is simply the coat of arms on a white field. The coat of arms represents the protection of the municipality by the Virgin Mary, showing on the center of a green shield the stylized initial letter M in gold. On the ribbon below the shield, the dates are 14 March 1839, when the district of Borda da Mata was created, and 16 November 1924, when it gained independent municipal status. On the center of the ribbon is the motto, Lucens ad oras silvarum, "[Mary] shining on the edge of the forest," "edge of the forest" being the meaning of the name Borda da Mata.
Joseph McMillan, 24 May 2002

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