The Equatorial Guinea flag was adopted on August 21, 1979. It consists of three horizontal bands that are of equal size. They are colored green, white, and red. A blue triangle is located on the left side. The nation’s coat of arms is located in the middle of the white stripe.
The Equatorial Guinea flag has the ratio 2:3. The colors are all symbolic. The color green represents the jungle and natural resources. Red stands for independence. White represents peace. Blue is for the sea.
The country gained its independence from the Spain in 1968. The Equatorial Guinea flag is part of a tiny nation that is located in west Africa. It is considered to be a presidential republic.
The capital city and largest city is Malabo. The Equatorial Guinea flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem is “Caminemos pisando la senda”. The national motto is “Unity, Peace, Justice”. The currency used is the a version of the Franc.
Some interesting facts about Equatorial Guinea:
religion: Roman Catholicism and others
languages: Spanish, Fang, Bubi, French
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