Cape Verde Flag
    Cape Verde flag
    Adopted September 22, 1992
    Proportion 2:3
    Colors White
    Cape Verde National Flag
    The national flag of the Cape Verde consists of five unequal horizontal bands; the top-most band of blue - equal to one half the width of the flag - is followed by three bands of white, red, and white, each equal to 1/12 of the width, and a bottom stripe of blue equal to one quarter of the flag width; a circle of 10, yellow, five-pointed stars is centered on the red stripe and positioned 3/8 of the length of the flag from the hoist side.
    Cape Verde Flag Colors - symbolism
    Cape Verde Flag Colors - meaning

    blue stands for the sea and the sky
    the circle of ten stars represents the 10 major islands united into a nation
    white and red stripes symbolize the road to formation of the country through peace (white) and effort (red)
    Cape Verde Flag official Colors

    Blue RGB: (0,56,147) Hex: #003893
    Red RGB: (207,32,39) Hex: #cf2027
    Yellow RGB: (247,209,22) Hex: #f7d116
    White RGB: (255,255,255) Hex: #FFFFFF
    Cape Verde Flag history
    The original national flag of Cape Verde was introduced on independence in 1975, and was based on the flag of the Partido Africano para a IndependĂȘncia da GuinĂ© e Cabo Verde (PAIGC). It used the common African colours of red, green and yellow, and was identical to the flag of Guinea-Bissau except for the proportions and the charge in the hoist-side stripe. Their similarity evoked the plans to unite both countries, which, however, were abandoned shortly after independence. Guinea-Bissau gained independence on 10 September 1974.
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