|Use||Civil and state flag|
|Adopted||9 May 2006|
|Design||A white flag with a red reimiro in the centre|
|Design||A white flag with a red reimiro in the centre and four black Tangata manu (bird-man) figures in each corner|
|Design||A horizontal bicolor of red and white with the blue square ended on the upper hoist-side corner of the red band bearing the Hearts of Jesus and Mary, a cross, a miter and vertical red reimiros surrounding.|
It is a white flag featuring in center a reimiro (a wooden pectoral ornament once worn by the people of Rapa Nui) painted in red (mana), a symbol of power, with two anthropomorphic figures at its edges, representing the Ariki ('chiefs, nobles').
The Te Reva Reimiro was created by the local population in 1880 for the island to adopt the apparatus of a modern state and hold a state-to-state dialogue with Chile, which eventually annexed the island in 1888.
For many years, the flag was unofficially used by the island's Polynesian population to represent their island, however the official flag was the white and gold flag of the "Municipality of Easter Island". In 2006, it was upgraded to a "Special Territory" and optional use of the Rapa Nui name was allowed in government documents for the first time, with the Reimiro flag adopted as the entity's flag.
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