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Flags of South America part 6 – Brazil

Brazil, the largest country on the South American continent and undoubtedly of the most recognizable and colorful nations in the Southern Hemisphere. Brazil is famous for many things: soccer, beautiful and exotic beaches, exciting cities such as Rio de Janeiro … Continue reading

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Flags of South America part 5 – Bolivia.

Bolivia, one of the two land-locked countries in South America roughly the size of 3x the Montana state. A country of extraordinary beauty and contrasts. From the Amazon jungle to the Andean high plateau also known as altiplano. It is … Continue reading

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Flags of South America part 4 – Uruguay

Here is the 4th installment in my series on the flags of the South American countries and it tells about a small country of Uruguay. This small country (2nd smallest after Suriname), similar in size to the state of Washington, … Continue reading

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Flags of South American countries part 2 – Chile

Today is the 4th of July. The United States Independence Day.  I thought I should post the second installment of the series on South American flags today because of similarities between the flag of Chile and the United States. In … Continue reading

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Flags of South American countries, part 1 – Argentina

This is the first entry in a series of blog posts about the flags of South American countries. The flags of foreign countries have always interested me. They are often colorful and carry an interesting story behind their creation. So … Continue reading

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