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File:Bandera de la Provincia de Tierra del Fuego.svg

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Description
Flag of Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina. The flag was nicknamed the Albatross, wherein the orange portion reflected the geography of Tierra del Fuego, and the blue symbolizes the sky and sea surrounding the province, while the Southern Cross reflects the night sky and the albatross itself is a local bird that represents freedom through flight.[1]
Date (Promulgated by Provincial Decree Nº 1794)
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Teresa Beatriz Martínez [1]


(Vector graphics image by Urmas)
Other versions Derivative works of this file:  Southern Cross (Tierra del Fuego).svg

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This work is in the public domain in Argentina as a law, decree, ordinance or sentence issued by an Argentine state authority or court and published on the Official Bulletin.

Likewise, according to the Law 22,362, article 3, section f: "Letters, words, names, emblems and symbols used by the National Government, as well as the Provinces, Municipalities, Religious and Health Organizations", cannot be subject of copyright.

The National symbols of Argentina are regulated by Decree Nº 10.302/1944.


As an image regulated by an edict of a government, it is also in the public domain in the United States.

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References

  1. a b Bordeleau, Andre G. Flags of the Night Sky: When Astronomy Meets National Pride. Springer Publications, 2011

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