The Sudan flag consists of three horizontal stripes of even length. It is red, white, and black. A green triangle is located on the left side. It was adopted on May 20, 1970.
The Sudan flag has the ratio 1:2. The previous version of the banner was yellow, green, and blue. It was used before Gaafar Nimeiry’s coup of 1969.
The nation is located in northern Africa. The Sudan flag belongs to a country that is a considered to be a “government of national unity”. It gained its independence from the British Empire and Egypt in 1956.
The capital city is Khartoum. The largest city is Omdurman. The Sudan flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem or song is “We are the Army of God and of Our Land”. The national motto is “Victory is Ours”.
Some interesting facts about Sudan:
religion: Islam (mostly Sunni), Christianity, some indigenous belief systems
languages: Arabic, Nubian, Nilotic, English, Nilo-Hamitic, Sudanic, Ta Bedawie
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