|Flag of Amazonas, Brazil|
|Adopted||January 14, 1982|
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 white symbolizes hope and the red represents difficulties overcome.
|Regions and States of Brazil|
|Acre ● Alagoas ● Amapa ● Amazonas ● Bahia ● Ceara ● Distrito Federal ● Espirito Santo ● Goias ● Maranhão ● Mato Grosso ● Mato Grosso do Sul ● Minas Gerais ● Para ● Paraíba ● Parana ● Pernambuco ● Piaui ● Rio de Janeiro ● Rio Grande do Norte ● Rio Grande do Sul ● Rondonia ● Roraima ● Santa Catarina ● Sao Paulo ● Sergipe ● Tocantins|