Like many other countries in the Middle East, Tunisia adopted its flag relatively recently. The Tunisia flag design is inspired by the old flags of Tunisia but also owes it to the flag of the Ottoman Empire, which once ruled Tunisia along with many other nations in the region. The […]

The Swaziland flag was adopted on October 6, 1968, following the country’s independence from Britain on September 6, 1968. The flag design was inspired by the military flag given to the pioneer troops by King Seboza II in 1941. History The flag is based on the military flag that King […]

The Mauritius flag, also known as the Four Bands and the Les Quatre Bandes (French: “Four Bands”), was adopted in Esteghlal on March 12, 1968. It consists of four horizontal bands of equal width, colored (top to bottom) red, blue, yellow, and green. The flag was hoisted at the College […]


The Gambia flag was formally adopted on February 18, 1965. To replace the British colonial flag, which had been replaced by the blue Gambian emblem. The Gambian flag was designed by Luis Thomas and has been the flag of Senegal since independence, including during the Confederate period. The Gambian flag […]


The Somali flags are intended to represent the Somali people in general. The modern Somali flag originated at the same time as the Republic of Somalia, which emerged after the colonization of Africa in the mid-20th century. This flag was adopted on October 12, 1954. This flag was designed by […]

The current Burundi flag was adopted when the nation gained its independence from Belgium in the mid-20th century but has a history dating back to pre-colonial times. Also, the Burundian flag has changed more than many other countries in Africa, but it has always been very similar to the historic […]

The Eritrean flag is one of the youngest flags in East Africa. The modern flag is a clear reflection of the nation’s history, as it combines the main flag of Eritrea with the flag of the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front, a political organization that played a key role in securing […]

The South Sudan flag was adopted following the signing of a comprehensive peace agreement that ended Sudan’s civil war. A similar version of the flag was previously used as the flag of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement. The flag of South Sudan is older than the country itself, as it […]


The national tricolor Mali flag is equal to three vertical stripes. The left bar is green, the middle yellow and the right bar is red. Green symbolizes hope, nature, and fertility. Yellow indicates purity and indicates mineral richness. Red refers to bloodshed for power and independence. History The flag is […]


The Cango flag ( the national flag of the Republic of the Congo) consists of a yellow diagonal band divided diagonally from the lower corner of the elevator, with a green top triangle and a red triangle. This flag was adopted in 1959 instead of the three French colors until […]