The Mali flag is made up of three vertical stripes that are red, green, and gold. The banner was adopted on March 1, 1961, but a similar flag was used before. It has the ratio 2:3.
The Mali flag has the pan-African colors. The flag used to have a kanaga, which is a human stick figure, in the middle. However, this was removed because under Islam, it was believed that you should not depict this.
The nation is located in northwest Africa. The Mali flag belongs to a country that is considered to be a presidential republic. It gained its independence from France in 1960.
The largest city is Bamako. It also is the capital city. The Mali flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem or song is “For Africa and for you, Mali”. The currency that is used in the country is the Franc. The national motto is “One people, one goal, one faith".
Some interesting facts about Mali:
religion: Islam 89.9%, Christianity 1.0%, indigenous 9.0%
languages: Bambara, French, and many other African languages
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