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The first flag of the Brazilian Republic was adopted on November 15, 1889. It was conceived by Raimundo Teixeira Mendes, with the collaboration of Miguel Lemos and Professor Manuel Pereira Reis. The design was executed by Décio Villares. The flag is green, with a large yellow rhombus in the center that recalls the colors of the imperial flag. Inside the rhombus there is a blue circle, with white stars of five different sizes and a white band crossing it. The motto "Ordem e Progresso" ("Order and Progress") is inscribed on the band. The constellations that appear in the national flag correspond to the appearance of the sky, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, at 8 and 30 minutes of November 15, 1889 (twelve sidereal hours) and must be considered as viewed by an observer located outside of the celestial sphere. The flag is known in Portuguese as A Auriverde, translated into Italian as "La Verde-oro". It has often been said that the national colors of Brazil (green and yellow) are a representation of the natural wealth of the nation. Green represents the exuberance of the Amazon Forest, while the yellow diamond represents the country's gold reserves (Brazil once had the largest gold mines in the world, especially in the state of Minas Gerais). In reality, the current Brazilian flag is inspired by the old Brazilian Imperial Flag. The two flags are almost identical, and the green represents the Braganza royal family of Pedro I, the first emperor of Brazil; yellow, on the other hand, represents the House of Hapsburg by the wife of Pedro I, Leopoldina. The difference between the old imperial flag and the current republican flag lies in the royal coat of arms, which was replaced.
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