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File:Bandera de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.svg


Flag of the City of Buenos Aires, as used in ].

Date The coat of arms with the eagle symbol was established in 1580 (according to: )
Source Historical flags by Jaume Ollé, GIF version available there; cdr version converted to SVG.
Author Government of the City of Buenos Aires (vector graphics image by: Jaume Ollé Jolle)
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