Wiphala - Andean flag

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    quartered of 49
1) white 2) or 3) cantaloupe grady in bend sinister
 pumpkin-orange 4) gules 5) murrey 6) azure 7) vert
8) vert 9) white 10) or 11) cantaloupe grady in bend
 sinister pumpkin-orange 12) gules 13) murrey 14) azure
15) azure 16) vert 17) white 18) or 19) cantaloupe
 grady in bend sinister pumpkin-orange 20) gules 21)
 murrey
22) murrey 23) azure 24) vert 25) white 26) or 27)
 cantaloupe grady in bend sinister pumpkin-orange 28)
 gules
29) gules 30) murrey 31) azure 32) vert 33) white
 34) or 35) cantaloupe grady in bend sinister pumpkin-orange
 
36) cantaloupe grady in bend sinister pumpkin-orange
 37) gules 38) murrey 39) azure 40) vert 41) white
 42) or
43) or 44) cantaloupe grady in bend sinister pumpkin-orange
 45) gules 46) murrey 47) azure 48) vert 49) white

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With Tags: wiphala, andes, andean, aymara, indigenous, bolivia

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The Wiphala is an ancient emblem of the aymara people, commonly used as a flag to represent various native peoples of the Andes that include today's Peru, Bolivia, and parts of Ecuador, Argentina, Chile and Colombia. The Bolivian Constitution of 2009 included it as a symbol of the bolivian State.

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