The Zambia flag is set on a blue background. Three vertical stripes of equal size are located in the bottom right corner. They are red, black, and orange. An eagle is located above them, which is symbolic of the nation overcoming its problems.
The Zambia flag was designed by Gabriel Ellison. It has the ratio 2:3. It was adopted on October 24, 1964. Then in 1966, there were a few small changes made.
The country is located in south central Africa. The Zambia flag belongs to a country that is a considered to be a democratic republic. It gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1964.
The capital city is Lusaka, which is the largest city as well. The Zambia flag belongs to a nation whose anthem is “Stand and Sing of Zambia, Proud and Free”. The motto is “One Zambia, One Nation”.
Some interesting facts about Zambia:
religion: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, some other indigenous beliefs
languages: Bemba, English, Lozi, Kaonda, Luvale, Lunda, Tonga Nyanja, and many more
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