The Togo flag is made up of five alternating yellow and green horizontal bars that are equal in size. A red square is located in the upper left corner. Inside of this square, a white star is depicted.
The Togo flag was adopted on April 27, 1960. The flag is similar to that of Liberia, but contains the Pan-African colors. It was designed by Ahyi Paul.
The country is located in eastern Africa. The Togo flag belongs to a country that is a considered to be a republic. It gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1961.
The capital city is Lome, which is the largest city as well. The Togo flag belongs to a nation whose anthem is “Hail to thee, land of our forefathers”. The motto is “Work, Liberty, Homeland”.
Some interesting facts about Togo:
religion: indigenous beliefs 50.9%, Christianity 28.9%, Islam 20.1%
languages: Arabic, Kiswahili (Swahili), English
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