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 […]

The Angola flag was first used on November 11, 1975. The flag is divided horizontally with a red stripe at the top and a black line at the bottom. Although the flag took its color from the ruling party, over time, the meaning and significance of the color changed to […]

The Trinidad and Tobago flag is tricolor and consists of three diagonal bands running from the top left corner to the bottom right corner, and the background of this flag is red, which has a black stripe with narrow white stripes along each side. The ratio of height to width […]

The Bhutan flag is one of the symbols of the country and is diagonally divided into yellow and orange fields. The yellow half is drawn from the bottom lift to the upper end of the fly and the orange half is drawn from the bottom of the fly to the […]

The Senegal flag was adopted in a ratio of 2: 3 on August 20, 1960. These colors are Pan-African colors that were first used in the flags of Ethiopia and Ghana. Symbolically, green is a symbol of Islam, progress, and hope, yellow is a symbol of natural wealth and red […]

The Cameroon flag was adopted in its current form on May 20, 1975, after Cameroon became a single country. It is a vertical color of green, red and yellow with a five-pointed star in the center. There is a wide variety of central star sizes, although there is always room […]

The Barbados flag was officially adopted on November 30, 1966, the first day of the island’s independence, when it was first raised by Lieutenant Hartley II of the Barbados Regiment. There are two explanations for the symbol of the Barbados flag. Both explain that the broken trilogy is a symbol […]

The Indiana flag, the 19th state to adopt the US Constitution, is blue, with 19 stars and a flame symbolizing freedom and intellectualism, and rays that symbolize the state’s remarkable influence. This Flag was designed by Paul Hadley and officially approved by the state of Indiana on May 11, 1917. […]