The Cook Islands flag ratio is 1:2. It has a blue background and the Union Jack is in the upper left corner. On the right, fifteen stars are located in a circle. The starts represent each of the fifteen islands of the nations. The color blue stands for peace and the ocean.
The Cook Islands flag had a similar version from 1973-1979. It was an all green banner with the ring of stars on the right side. The nation is self governing, but has an association with New Zealand.
The capital in the country is Avarua, which is also the largest city. The Cook Islands flag belongs to a country whose national anthem is “God is truth”.
Some interesting facts about The Cook Islands:
religion: Cook Islands Christian 55.8%, Roman Catholicism 16.9%, other Protestants make up 5.7%, Seventh-Day Adventists 7.8%, Church of Latter Day Saints 3.9%, others/unspecified 6.7%, no religion 3.1%
language: English and Maori
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