The flag of Peru represents a triband with two vertical red bands on the sides and a white band between them. On the white band there is a coat of arms. The coat of arms consists of a shield divided into three parts each having a separate depiction. There are depictions of a vicuna (a South American Camelid), a cinchona tree and a horn of plenty pouring out coins. Other elements of the coat of arms are presented by Peruvian plants.
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