The Tajikistan flag was adopted and 1992, and it was the last of the former Soviet countries to draft a new flag. It consists of three horizontal stripes that are green, white, and red. In the middle, there is a crown, which is surrounded by seven stars.
The Tajikistan flag is full of meaning. The color green stands for the nature of the nation. White represents cotton, a major crop, as well as unity. The color red stands for unity as well.
The banner has the ratio 1:2. The Tajikistan flag is part of a country that became independent from the Soviet Union in 1991. It is now considered to be a unitary presidential republic.
The capital city and the largest city is Dushanbe. The Tajikistan flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem or song is “Surudi Milli”. The currency is called the Somoni. There is no nationwide motto.
Some interesting facts about Tajikistan:
religion: Sunni Islam 84.9%, Shi'a Islam 5.1%, others 10.0%
languages: Tajik and Russian
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