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English: The Wiphala (Quechua pronunciation: wɪˈpʰɐlɐ) is a square emblem, commonly used as a flag, representing the native peoples of all the Andes that include today's Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and parts of Argentina, Chile and Colombia. It exists in several modern varieties, which represent the Inca Empire (Tawantin Suyu) and each of its former four regions (suyus). These varieties can be used in different political contexts, but subcategories are on the basis of appearance to make sorting new images easier, as one only needs to know the colour of the major diagonal.
Wiphala (it); Wiphala (fr); Wiphala (hr); Wiphala (eu); Випала (ru); Wiphala (qu); Wiphala (pt); 印加旗幟 (zh); Wiphala (lt); Wiphala (da); ウィファラ (ja); Wiphala (ca); Wiphala (gl); Wiphala (id); Wiphala (pl); Wiphala (nb); Wiphala (nl); ויפאלה (he); Wiphala (oc); Wiphala (es); 위팔라 (ko); Wiphala (en); Віпала (uk); Випала (mk); Wiphala (ay) bandera (es); drapeau indigène andin (fr); flag representing native people in South America (en); zastava koja predstavlja neke od domorodačkih naroda Južne Amerike (hr); vlag (nl) Huipala, Huifala (es); ウィパラ, ウイパラ (ja); Flaga Cuzco (pl); Wifala, Wipala (qu)
flag representing native people in South America
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This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.