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The current flag of Bolivia was introduced on 14.07.1888. It consists of three horizontal stripes in red, yellow and green. Red stands for wildlife, yellow for mineral wealth and green for vegetation and agriculture. Red also symbolizes the courage and bravery of Bolivian soldiers. The colors of the flag go back to the first president of the country, Antonio José de Sucre (1795-1830). In 1826, he had introduced a flag in the colors yellow, red and green, which was based on the design of the flag of Great Colombia. In 1851, a new order of colors was established, which is still maintained today, and the stripes appeared for the first time in the same width.
The current national coat of arms of Bolivia was introduced in 1888, and essentially dates back to the 1825 coat of arms. It originally showed nine stars representing the nine departments of the country. In 1963, the tenth star was added to commemorate the department of Cobija, which Bolivia lost to Chile in the Pacific War (1879?1884). The oval shield shows the mountain of Potosí, representing wealth in minerals and ores, and a landscape with an alpaca, a sheaf and a palm tree, representing natural wealth. The sun is a symbol of the Incas, and the condor above the shield symbolizes freedom.
Three equal horizontal stripes (red, yellow, green) with the national emblem of Bolivia centered.
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The national flag of Bolivia consists of three evenly divided horizontal stripes in the colors red, yellow and green. The upper stripe is red, the middle yellow and the lower green. In the center of the flag is the national coat of arms of Bolivia. It shows an eight-pointed star surrounded by a torch and a sword. The flag was designed in 1851 and is one of the oldest flags in Latin America.
The national flag of Bolivia was adopted on August 6, 1851. It consists of three evenly vertical stripes in red, yellow and green, representing the colors of the country. In the center is the Bolivian coat of arms, which represents a herd of alpacas standing on a mountain.
The national flag of Bolivia consists of three parallel stripes of equal width in the colors red, yellow and green. The upper stripe is red, the middle stripe is yellow and the lower stripe is green. In the center of the flag is a white circle formed by a red five-pointed star symbol. The star represents the five departamentos that make up Bolivia. In the center of the star is a green triangle, which stands for the natural diversity of the country.