Flag of Amazonas, Brazil
Amazonas (Brazil)
Adopted January 14, 1982
Designed by
Proportions 5:7[1]

The flag of Amazonas, Brazil, consists of three equal horizontal stripes alternating white and red, with a blue canton the width of the top stripe containing one five-pointed star in the center of the flag with 12 smaller white five-pointed stars equally forming a square around it, and six other small stars of the same size forming brackets around the square.


The five-pointed stars are taken from the flag of Brazil. The twenty-five stars represent 25 municipalities. The large star in the center of the canton represents the capital of Amazonas, Manaus.

The white symbolizes hope and the red represents difficulties overcome.[2]


  1. Amazonas (Brazil) at Flags of the World
  2. Amazonas (Brazil) at Flags of the World
Brazil Regions and States of Brazil
AcreAlagoasAmapaAmazonasBahiaCearaDistrito FederalEspirito SantoGoiasMaranhãoMato GrossoMato Grosso do SulMinas GeraisParaParaíbaParanaPernambucoPiauiRio de JaneiroRio Grande do NorteRio Grande do SulRondoniaRoraimaSanta CatarinaSao PauloSergipeTocantins

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