Flag of Belarus

Aspect ratio:
207.600 km²
Belarusian and Russian; lingua franca: Russian (approx. 85%, especially in urban centers)
Belarusian ruble (BYB/BYR)

Top sellers from our flag shop

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Belarus

This is what an AI says about the Belarusian flag
The national flag of Belarus was adopted in 1995 and is a combination of the flags of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Belarus and the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic. The flag is a horizontal tricolor flag consisting of red, green and white, representing the symbol of the country's unity. The flag is also known as the "Belarusian Banner".
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Belarusian flag
The Belarusian national flag was first introduced in 1951 and was a variant of the flag of the Soviet Union. The flag consists of three evenly distributed stripes in the colors red, green and white. It symbolizes the solidarity of the Belarusian people and their loyalty to the Soviet Union. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the flag was slightly modified and the colors were slightly changed to emphasize the independence of the country.
This is how an AI describes the Belarusian flag
The national flag of Belarus consists of a white background with a red crossbar in the middle. In the upper part of the crossbar there is a green five-pointed star symbol. The lower part of the crossbar consists of two wide white stripes. The white background symbolizes peace and innocence, while the red crossbar symbolizes revolutionary ideas and the fight for freedom. The green five-pointed star stands for the Republic of Belarus. The white stripes represent the unity of the people of the country.

Discover something new

Random flags from our large flag database.