The Sao Tome Principe flag was adopted on November 5, 1975. It is made up of three horizontal bars. The middle bar is yellow. The other two are green. Two black stars are depicted inside of the yellow bar. A red triangle is depicted in the left corner.
The Sao Tome Principe flag has the ratio 1:2. It has Pan-African colors. The two stars represent the nation’s two islands. The red represents the struggle for freedom.
The country is an island nation off the west coat of Africa. The Sao Tome Principe flag belongs to a country that is a considered to be a democratic republic. It gained its independence from Portugal in 1975.
The capital city is Sao Tome, which is also the largest city. The Sao Tome Principe flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem or song is “Independencia total”.
Some interesting facts about Sao Tome Principe:
religion: Catholicism 70.1%, Evangelicals 3.6%, Adventist 1.9%, New Apostolic 1.9%, other religions 3.0%, no religion 19.5%
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