The Lucia flag consists of a cerulean blue square charged with a yellow triangle in front of the equilateral triangle of the white edge. Stained in 1967 to replace the British blue emblem with the arms of the colony, it has been the flag of St. Lucia since it became […]


The Guyana flag has been the national flag of Guyana since the country became independent from the United Kingdom in May 1966, also this flag called the Golden Arrow. After World War II, Guyana, like many other nations, won its first national flag. The first national flag of Guyana followed […]


The Uruguay flag is one of the oldest flags of South America. Uruguay, officially the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, was a Spanish colony until 1811. The Uruguayan flag was recognized on July 11, 1830. This flag is the national flag and national emblem and is one of the three national […]


The Nicaragua flag has a common history. Most flags are formally adopted immediately after design. But the Nicaraguan flag was used informally more than half a century before the government approved a law to make it official. The Nicaraguan flag was a series of long flags with the nation and […]


The Belize flag was first recognized on September 21, 1981. It is also the civilian flag and the provincial flag and also has a 2: 3 aspect ratio. Some consider the Belize flag to be the first flag depicting a human figure. But some also believe that the Belize flag […]


The national Chile flag is a flag consisting of two unequal red and white stripes with a blue square equal to the height of white, and a five-pointed star in the blue square. This flag was adopted on October 18, 1817. This flag is La Estrella Solitaria (Spanish) in Chile. […]

The flag of Guatemala consists of two colors. These Maya are blue and white. It also has two celestial blue bands representing its two oceans, the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. White means peace and purity. The colors blue and white are based on the flag of the former […]


The national flag has three stripes—red, white, and red—rectangular flag. In 1824, the government of Peru officially adopted the national flag and described it. In the constitutional law, as “a vertical triband with red outer bands and a single white middle band”. The flag goes with different emblems for different […]