The Tunisia flag was adopted by Hassine I in 1831. It is an all red banner with a white circle in the middle. Inside of this circle, a crescent and star are depicted in red. The ratio is 2:3.
The Tunisia flag was adopted again when the nation became free from France. It is similar to the design of the Ottoman Empire. The symbols are meant to represent Islam.
The country is located in northern Africa. The Tunisia flag belongs to a country that is a considered to be a republic. It gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1956.
The capital city is Tunis, which is the largest city as well. The Tunisia flag belongs to a nation whose anthem is “Himat Al Hima”. The motto is “Liberty, Order, Justice”.
Some interesting facts about Tunisia:
religion: mainly Islam (some small Christian and Jewish communities)
languages: Arabic, French
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