The Latin American flag, the white flag of the Bolivian Republic, was adopted as the new official national flag on July 20, 2020.
This marks the beginning of the long-awaited celebration of the country’s centenary.
In Latin America, the flag was first flown in 1958.
Its design was inspired by the Bolivas of Venezuela and Bolivia.
The Bolivians, whose people are indigenous to the Americas, have traditionally used the Bolívar as the national emblem.
However, it has become increasingly popular in Latin America since the 1970s.
The Latin flag is now flown on nearly 40% of the continent, making it the most popular symbol of the region.
It was the first of the 20 countries to adopt a new national flag, after Uruguay and Argentina did so in February 2019.
The other countries, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and Venezuela, have not adopted new flags.
The new flag features the Latin letter L, the same letter used on the Bolivia national flag.
In the past, the Bolís had used the Latin flag on their own flag, but it was considered un-Euclidean, a term coined by French philosopher Georges Lemaître in the 17th century.
Lula has been president of Brazil since 1998 and has also served as the countrys vice president.