La Pampa Coat of Arms
The provincial coat of arms was adopted by Law. No. 291 of May 11, 1964. It was designed by Juan Olsina, a famous writer, journalist and artist from La Pampa. Its shape is defined as curved triangular. It is cut, sky blue the upper part, green the lower one. The blue color stands for Justice, perseverance and Loyalty, while the green color stands for hope, hospitality and politeness. The tree is a Caldén a common tree of the area, that recalls the landscape. An Indian riding a horse appears in the lower part and stands for the old inhabitants of the area. The coat of arms has some of the normal attributes seen in the Argentine coat of arms as the raising sun and the patriotic ribbon. The sun stands for the new province (La Pampa). However instead of the traditional wreath of laurels usually shown in the national arms, La Pampa has stems of wheat. They stand for the fertility of the soil of the Pampas. Appearing behind the shield, two crossed Indian spears with red tufts that recall the brave warrior spirit of the indigenous people that lived in the area[1].
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