The Uzbekistan flag is made up of three horizontal bars of equal size. The colors are blue, white, and green. The white bar was two thin red stripes on its border. A crescent moon and 12 stars are located in the upper left corner. The ratio is 1:2.
The Uzbekistan flag was adopted on November 18, 1991. The color white represents peace, green represents nature, blue stands for the sky and water, and red symbolizes power. The 12 stars are divine symbols and represent the twelve principles the state was built on.
The nation became independent from the Soviet Union in 1991. The Uzbekistan flag is part of a country is located in Central Asia. The form of government is considered to be a republic.
The capital city is Tashkent, which is also the largest city. The Uzbekistan flag belongs to a nation whose national anthem or song is “National Anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan”. The currency is called the Som.
Some interesting facts about the Uzbekistan:
religion: Islam 88.1%, Eastern Orthodoxy 8.9%, others 3.0%
languages: Uzbek 74.4%, Tajik 4.3%, Tajik 4.3%, Russian 14.1%, other religions 7.2%
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