The Egypt flag was is a tricolor that consists of three horizontal bars of even size. The colors are red, white, and black. The Eagle of Saladin is located in the center of the banner, which is the nation’s emblem.
The Egypt flag was adopted in October of 1984 although similar versions have been used since 1952. The red stands for revolution and the struggle against British occupation. The white stands for the 1952 revolution. The black symbolizes the end of oppression. It contains some Pan-Arab colors, which influenced many of its neighbors.
The country gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1922. The Egypt flag is part of a nation that is located in north eastern Africa. It is considered to be somewhat of a presidential republic.
The capital city and largest city is Cairo. The Egypt flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem is “Bilady, Bilady, Bilady”. The currency used is the Egyptian pound.
Some interesting facts about Egypt:
religion: Islam (mainly Sunni) 90.0%, Coptic 8.9%, other Christians 1.1%
languages: Arabic, French, English
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