Campina do Monte Alegre

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CAMPINA DO MONTE ALEGRE

State : São Paulo

Arms (crest) of Campina do Monte Alegre

Official blazon

Origin/meaning

The arms were granted on March 28, 1994.

The red field and the swords symbolise the Constitutional War of 1932, when the soldiers of the Law fought the troops of dictator Vargas in the city. The two wavy bars symbolise the Itapetininga and Paranapanema rivers in the city. The cross in the chief symbolises the old chapel in the town and the two roses are a symbol of virtue and honour.

The shield is surrounded by cotton and sugar cane branches, the main agricultural crops in the area.


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Literature : Image and background provided by Lauro Ribeiro Escobar, São Paulo.