The Gambia flag is made up of three horizontal stripes of equal size. They are colored red, blue, and green. Two thin stripes separate the blue bands from the others. The banner’s ratio is 2:3.
The Gambia flag has colors with meanings. The red stands for the savannah and the sun. The blue stands for the river that runs through the country. The green is for forests and land. Lastly, white is for peace.
The country is located in western Africa. The Gambia flag belongs to a nation that is considered to be under military rule. It gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1965.
The capital in the country is Banjul. The largest city is Serrekunda. The Gambia flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem or song is “For The Gambia Our Homeland”. The currency that is used in the country is called the Birr. The national motto is “Progress, Peace, Prosperity”.
Some interesting facts about Gambia:
religion: Islam, Christianity, indigenous beliefs.
languages: Mandinka, Fula, Wolof, English
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