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The the plain triband is the bandera nacional, confirmed as the
pabellón nacional by Decree No. 1323 of 31 March 1950.
Christopher Southworth, 05 Oct 2003
According to the Peruvian Ministry of External Relations (at
this is the bandera nacional para izar (national flag for hoisting).
Plain red-white-red triband; for use on private buildings, houses, vessels,
factories, etc., on patriotic holidays and as directed by law or special
decree. (See also the other three national flags:
pabellón nacional para izar,
bandera de guerra and
Joe McMillan, 05 Nov 2002
The Album 2000 [pay00] says:
Civil Flag. 2:3
Red-white-red vertical triband.
Željko Heimer, 31 Oct 2002
According to [a8m86] the
flag without arms is used as civil flag and ensign, whereas the
flag with arms is used as
state and war flag/ensign. Both the flag and the arms have been
adopted by law on
Nicolas Rucks, 16 Feb 2000
In Peru, I’ve been told, every citizen has to fly a national flag on
national day, too. Doesn’t matter how poor a hut is, every building is
flying the national flag.
J. Patrick Fischer, 31 Dec 2004
According to the
Wikipedia, this would be July 28-29th, a
two-day official patriotic celebration.
António Martins, 20 Feb 2007
The protocol manual for the
London 2012 Olympics
(Flags and Anthems Manual
London 2012 [loc12]) provides recommendations
for national flag designs. Each
was sent an image of the flag, including the
PMS shades, for their approval by LOCOG. Once this was obtained, LOCOG produced
a 60 x 90 cm version of the flag for further approval. So, while these specs may
not be the official, government, version of each flag, they are certainly what
believed the flag to be.
For Peru: PMS 186 red. The vertical flag is simply the horizontal version turned 90 degrees clockwise.
Ian Sumner, 10 October 2012
From: this website (link broken as of 22 Feb 2005, Ivan Sache):
MARCHA DE BANDERAS
Arriba, arriba, arriba el Perú
y su enseña gloriosa inmortal,
llevad en alto siempre
la bandera nacional.
Tal la llevaron con gloria y honor,
héroes peruanos de invencible ardor.
Arriba, arriba siempre la bandera nacional.
Es la bandera del Perú,
de rojo y blanco color,
cual llamarada de amor,
que en Ayacucho y en Junín
victoriosa amaneció con el
sol de la Libertad!!!
Ivan Sache, 29 Feb 2000
I received already infos from Peru, including
1 native tribe flag (Muchik), 1 ethnic flag
(Peruvians of Japanese orign), and also flags of
some Ministries; Army,
Peruvian Diplomatic Academy, and
Peruvian Lawyers College.
Unfortunately those infos will be available in my
only in 2001 (next millenium).
Jaume Ollé, 01 Dec 1999