The Eritrea flag is made up of three triangles: red, green, and blue. It was adopted officially on December 5, 1995. Inside of the red triangle, am olive branch and wreath are depicted in yellow. These symbols date back to 1952.
The Eritrea flag has the ratio 2:3. The green represents agriculture and fertility. Blue stands for water. Red symbolizes blood. There are fourteen leaves on the wreath.
The country gained its independence from the Ethiopia between 1991 and 1993. The Eritrea flag is part of a tiny nation that is located in east Africa. It is considered to have a “transitional government”.
The capital city and largest city is Asmara. The Eritrea flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem is “Ertra, Ertra, Ertra”. The currency used is called the Nakfa.
Some interesting facts about Eritrea:
religion: Islam, Coptic Christianity, Protestants, Roman Catholicism
languages: Afar, Tigre, Arabic, Tigrinya, Kunama, and many others
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