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Qulla Suyu (Inca Empire)

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Last modified: 2008-01-12 by antónio martins
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Qulla Suyu flag
image by Kjell Roll Elgsaas, 14 Dec 1997
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Flag which have squares in the rainbow colors instead of stripes is for Kollasuyo.
Laila Holtet (of, 09 Jul 2001

This is the flag of Qullasuyu, one of the Inca “quarters”.
António Martins, 17 Jul 2004

Usage as “the” Bolivian Indian flag

The winner of today’s Bolivian presidental election is Evo Morales of the Movimento al Socialismo — MAS, who will be the first Indian president of Bolivia. Morales was shown at the election party with the Bolivian flag and the “Bolivian Indian flag” [i.e., the 7×7 white-diagonal square flag] behind him.
J. Patrick Fischer, 19 Dec 2005

This webpage shows the 7×7-chequered white-yellow-orange-red-purple-blue-green flag (with white “diagonal”) and calls it the Emblema Nacional del Pusinsuyo = Tawantinsuyo — which contradicts all other sources.
António Martins, 11 Jul 2004

Usage as “the” South American Indian flag

Mapuche do use the square rainbow Whipala flag as a kind of “symbol of Native peoples from South America”. The whipala flag is a symbol associated with the Inca Empire.
Francisco Gregoric, 17 Jul 2004

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