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Jaguariaíva, Paraná (Brazil)

Last modified: 2022-03-05 by ian macdonald
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About the Flag

The municipality of Jaguariaíva (35,027 inhabitants in 2020; 145,307 ha) is located 250 km north of Curitiba.

The flag and arms of Jaguariaíva are prescribed by Municipal Law No. 1,888 promulgated on 27 April 2009.

Article 3.
The flag of the municipality of Jaguariaíva was designed after a set of studies elaborated by the artistic and cultural community of Jaguariaíva, based on advanced research and on the description made by heraldist Arcinoé Antonio Peixoto de Faria, as follows.
I - Quartered in saltire, forming quarters charged with irregularly cubic geometric figures, of green color, constituted by four yellow stripes arranged two by two, in bend and bend sinister, starting from a central circle inscribing the municipal coat of arms, as prescribed in Article 9 of this Law.
a) The quarters are charged with yellow pines placed in the center.
II - The municipal flag, in accordance with the tradition of Portuguese heraldry, from which we inherited canons and rules, obeys the general rule provided for in the making of municipal flags.
III - The coat of arms in the center of the flag represents the municipal government and the white circle inscribing it represents the town as the seat of the municipality.
IV - The stripes starting from the circle and dividing the flag into quarters symbolize the spread of the municipal public power to all parts of the municipality's territory while the quarters symbolize the existing rural properties in the territory.
V - The green color alludes to the abundant rainforest and plant extraction, as well as to pastures grazed by cattle, symbolizing abundance, victory, courtesy and hope.
VI - The yellow color represents the great fortune, splendor and wealth arising from plant extraction industries, as well as the agricultural production coming from the fields.
VII - The white color is the eternal symbol of peace, work, prosperity and harmonious coexistence among the inhabitants.

Article 5.
The design of the municipal flag shall obey the following rules and dimensions.
I - The width shall be 14 units.
II - The length shall be 20 units.
III - The geometric figures (quarters and stripes) must follow the same pattern. The green quarters shall be 5 units in width on 8 units in length. The yellow stripes in bend sinister shall be 4 units in width on 20 units in length, those in bend shall be 14 units in length on 4 units in width.
IV - The yellow pine shall be 2 units in height.
V - The central white circle inscribing the coat of arms shall be of 2.5 units in radius.
VI - The center of the coat of arms shall match the circle's geometric center; its height, from the scroll to the mural crown, shall be 4 units.

Article 9.
The coat of arms of the municipality of Jaguariaíva was designed after a set of studies elaborated by the artistic and cultural community of Jaguariaíva, based on advanced research and on the description made by heraldist Arcinoé Antonio Peixoto de Faria, as follows.
I - The surmounting mural crown is a universal symbol of domains' coats of arms: argent (silver) with eight towers, five of them visible in perspective drawing, it classifies a 2nd rank town, that is, the seat of a county.
II - The field vert (green) symbolizes in heraldry victory, honor, courtesy, civility, joy, abundance and friendship. Hope is green, alluding to green fields in spring promising a profuse harvest.
III - In the center of the shield, the stylized crown of thorns or (gold) is the symbol of the patron saint, Bom Jesus da Pedra Fria. It is flanked by two Brazilian pine trees of the same, identifying the forest region where the town is located, or more properly, the state of Paraná of which the pine is an identifying symbol. The pine in heraldry indicates ancient and generous nobility, kindness, cordiality, since, being tall and shady, it does not bother any plant that is below, hence it was used as a symbol of the great lord who does not disdain or drive away more humble that live around him. The two pine trees evoke the two figures of greatest historical significance for the municipality: Colonel Luciano Carneiro Lobo, one of the founders of the town, and his young wife, Isabel Branco Xavier e Silva, whose dedication is due to the consolidation of the work started by her husband. Or (gold) symbolizes in heraldry glory, splendor, wealth, victory and command.
IV - The pointed mantel is the symbol of the mountains, evoking Serra do Canastrão and Serra das Furnas; it is charged with a wavy stripe azure (blue) symbolizing river Jaguariaíva and a "wild" animal sable that makes the arms canting, as it evokes the toponym "Jaguariaíva", "Jaguar's River" - meaning by its elements "Jaguar", "a jaguar"; "i", "a river"; "aiva", "bad, crazy, brave", according to the Tupi-Guarani dictionary and confirmation through consultations and studies carried out by the town's Education, Culture and Sports Department.
V - The bordure is a symbol of favor and protection. Argent (silver) symbolizes in heraldry peace, work, and prosperity. It is charged with attributes of pioneers and colonists: the blunderbuss of the pioneer preacher of Indians and conqueror of land, and provider of southern animals to the Sorocaba fair, who settled in the region where the town is located today, initiating colonization.
VI - Gules (red) in which the horseshoes are represented symbolizes in heraldry intrepidity, courage, bravery and audacity, which is identified with the indomitable spirit of those pioneer colonizers; sable symbolizes integrity and austerity.
VII - The shield is supported by two cowboys recalling that field work, notably cattle raising, is a factor of great importance for the municipality's income.
VIII - The scroll is inscribed with the toponym "Jaguariaíva", surrounded on the right by year "1823", referring to the date of 15 September, when Jaguariaíva was elevated a parish, today Jaguariaíva's day, and on the left by year "1908", when it was elevated a town.

https://leismunicipais.com.br/a/pr/j/jaguariaiva/lei-ordinaria/2009/189/1888/lei-ordinaria-n-1888-2009-dispoe-sobre-a-criacao-forma-e-padrao-de-apresentacao-dos-simbolos-do-municipio-de-jaguariaiva-e-revoga-a-lei-1636-2005
Leis Municipais database

The Law superseded Municipal Law No. 1,636 promulgated on 18 July 2005. The description of the flag was left unchanged, while Article 9 was rephrased from the original:

Article 9.
The coat of arms of the municipality of Jaguariaíva was designed after a set of studies elaborated by the artistic and cultural community of Jaguariaíva, based on advanced research and on the description made by heraldist Arcinoé Antonio Peixoto de Faria, as follows.
I - A Samnite shield, surmounted by an eight-towered mural crown argent.
II - A field vert charged in the center with a stylized crown of thorns, flanked by two pine trees, all or (gold-green).
III - In chief two mountains charged with a wavy stripe azure (blue) and, on the opposite side of the mountains, in the shield's center, a jaguar passant in black gold (with yellow fur - gold and black dots, rosette-shaped), in size of 3/4 of the length of the stripe azure, represented with an open mouth and an angry posture, thus characterizing a ferocious animal.
IV - A bordure argent charged with four horseshoes gules cantonned interspersed in chief and base by two sabers sable and on the right and left flanks by two blunderbusses.
V - The shield supported by two cowboys with their typical clothing, wide-brimmed hats, jacket, bombachas pants, boots with spurs and holding a bow, supported by a scroll inscribed in letters or with the toponym "JAGUARIAÍVA" flanked right by the date "15-09" and left by year "1823".
VI - The Samnite shield, used to represent the coat of arms of Jaguariaíva, was the first style of shield introduced in Portugal by French influence; inherited in Brazil, it evokes the Latin colonizing race and the main builder of Brazilian nationality.
VII - The surmounting mural crown is a universal symbol of domains' coats of arms: argent (silver) with eight towers, five of them visible in perspective drawing, it classifies a 2nd rank town, that is, the seat of a county.
VIII - The field vert (green) symbolizes in heraldry victory, honor, courtesy, civility, joy, abundance and friendship. Hope is green, alluding to green fields of pastures, natural and artificial forests, which promise that in the Jaguariaíva Fields there will always be a harvest with green gold sprouting from the earth.
IX - The stylized crown of thorns is the symbol of the patron saint, Bom Jesus da Pedra Fria, flanked by two pine trees, represented in the same metal, identifying the region of pine forests, where the town is located, or more properly, the State of Paraná, of which the pine became an identifying symbol.
[Description of pines unchanged]
XIII - The two mountains represent the mountainous region, the municipality being located between Serra do Paranapiacaba and Serra das Furnas, where the Sertão de Cima plateau is located, which was settled by the oldest families that colonized Jaguariaíva.
a) The wavy stripe azure represents river Jaguariaíva in all its extension, bathing the municipal territory, from Jacuzal Mountains to the banks of Rio da Barra Mansa.
[Description of the jaguar unchanged]
[Description of the bordure unchanged]
a) The blunderbuss of the audacious pioneer symbolizes the conquest of the land and the fight to defend the Tupiniquim territory from foreign invasions.
b) The animal stirrups and horseshoes symbolize the saga of the tropeiros who brought animals from the south and goods from the north along the Viamão Way, and came to Porto Velho for resting, where they later built huts, giving birth to the settlement dedicated to Bom Jesus da Pedra Fria de Jaguariaíva.
XV - Gules (red) in which the horseshoes are represented symbolizes in heraldry intrepidity, courage, courage and audacity, which is identified with the indomitable spirit of those pioneer colonizers; sable symbolizes integrity and austerity.
XVI - The shield is supported by two cowboys recalling that field work, notably cattle raising, has been a factor of great importance for the municipality's income for two centuries, until industrialization of the municipality.
a) The ties that the herdsmen hold between their hands symbolize the link that unites the Jaguariaíva family, for the greater cause "Jaguariaíva in our hands", implying that Jaguariaíva was born to be immortalized and that its inhabitants will have it as their possession and domain, for eternity.
XVII - On the scroll, the toponym "JAGUARIAÍVA" symbolizes wise people, as deciphering and interpreting the etymology of words requires wisdom and a lot of research.
a) The toponym, flanked on the right by dates "15-09" and on the left by year "1823", symbolizes the "Date Magna" of the elevation of the settlement to of parish [...].

https://leismunicipais.com.br/a/pr/j/jaguariaiva/lei-ordinaria/2005/163/1636/lei-ordinaria-n-1636-2005-dispoe-sobre-a-criacao-forma-e-padrao-de-apresentacao-dos-simbolos-do-municipio-de-jaguariaiva-e-revoga-as-leis-n-525-67-e-n-1091-90
Leis Municipais database

Photo
https://d.arede.info/vamos-ler/396320/aniversario-de-jaguariaiva-tem-resgate-historico-em-5-ano-a

Ivan Sache, 3 February 2022
 
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