Flag of Gabon

Flag Gabon, Banner Gabon
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National flag on land and sea
267.600 km²
French as the official and lingua franca, along with various Bantu languages
Communaute Financiere Africaine Franc (XAF)
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Three stripes of the same size (green, yellow, blue).


Composer: Georges Aleka Damas Songwriter: Georges Aleka Damas

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Gabon

This is what an AI says about the Gabonian flag
The flag of Gabon consists of three evenly divided horizontal stripes in the colors green, yellow and red. The green stripe symbolizes nature and the country's forests, the yellow stripe represents minerals and mineral resources, and the red stripe represents the unity of the country. In the center of the flag is a coat of arms representing a hawk with a stick in its beak.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Gabonian flag
The national flag of Gabon was introduced on February 9, 1960, when Gabon gained its independence. The flag is a combination of the French tricolor flags and the Pan-African colors. It consists of three horizontal stripes of green, yellow and green, each occupying a quarter of the flag. In the center is a red triangle converging on a white star symbol. The star represents the unity of the seven provinces of the country.
This is how an AI describes the Gabonian flag
The national flag of Gabon is a horizontal tri-color flag in green, yellow and red. The green symbolizes nature and the hope for a better future, the yellow represents the sun and the warmth of the country and the red symbolizes the blood shed for independence. In the center of the flag there is an emblem with an eagle that symbolizes the unity and strength of the country.

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