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Brazil - Mato Grosso & Mato Grosso do Sul (Chapter)


Capital: Campo Grande

State Population: 1.148.895
Area: 358.158.4 kmē
Economy: agriculture, mining, cement

Using his attributions, the Governor of the State of Mato Grosso do Sul instituted the Flag of the State on January 1 St. 1979. The Flag, created by Mauro Miguel Munhoz, has been described by its author as follows: "Our symbol is the equilibrium, the fortitude and the serenity. We are the golden star which shines on the blue sky of hope, symbolizing the richness of our labor.

The forest and the lanes of our State represent a challenge and at the same time, the conscience of preservation of our green, our greatest treasure which is nature.

We are the State of equilibrium, where siderurgical chimneys and forest areas will peacefully coexist side by side.

Between the green and the blue, in the practical! convergence of all our attitudes, we are the white binder of the future, the serene purity of friendship among people".

Pictures of Mato Grosso do Sul and its industries...
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Campo Grande (67K)

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Pantanal Matogrossense (33K)

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Vaqueiros (63K)


Links to Mato Grosso do Sul and its cities...

Pantanal, Bodoquena, Indios Kadiweu, Passo da Lontra, Porto da Manga, Corumba  AUG 2007 By Walter

Brazil - Pantanal August 2007


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