The Zimbabwe flag is made up of seven stripes of equal length that extend across the banner horizontally. They are green, yellow, red, and black. A white triangle with a black border is located on the left side. Inside of this, a red star is depicted, as well as a bird. The bird symbolizes the nation’s past.
The Zimbabwe flag has proportions 1:2 and it was adopted on April 18, 1980. Green stands for agriculture, yellow represents minerals, red is for blood shed in the struggle for freedom, white is for peace, and black symbolizes the ancestry of the people.
The country is located in southern Africa. The Zimbabwe flag belongs to a country that is listed as a presidential republic. It gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1965.
The capital city is Harare, which is the largest city as well. The Zimbabwe flag belongs to a nation whose anthem is “Blessed be the land of Zimbabwe”. The motto is “Unity, Freedom, Work"”.
Some interesting facts about Zimbabwe:
religion: Christianity, indigenous beliefs, Islam
languages: Shona, English, Sindebele, others
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