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A copper star, symbolic of the state's copper industry, centers Arizona's State Flag - rising from a field of blue into the setting sun. The upper half of the flag consists of six yellow and seven red rays topping the blue bottom - the same shade of blue as the Stars and Stripes. The Flag was officially adopted on February 27, 1917.
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