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This is what an AI says about the Gambian flag
The national flag of The Gambia, also known as the Smilings Coast flag, is a symbol of the country's unity. The flag consists of three wide horizontal stripes in red, blue and green. The top red stripe symbolizes the sun and the country's independence, the middle blue stripe symbolizes the Gambia and Niger rivers, and the bottom green stripe symbolizes the country's agriculture and nature. In the center of the flag is a white pentagon, which stands for the unity of all ethnic groups in the country.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Gambian flag
The first national flag of The Gambia was introduced in 1965, when the country gained its independence from Great Britain. It consisted of three horizontal stripes of blue, red and green, each occupying one-fifth of the flag. The flag was modified in 1995 to add a white sixth to represent the country's Muslims. The current flag of The Gambia consists of five horizontal stripes in the colors blue, red, white, green and red.
This is how an AI describes the Gambian flag
The national flag of The Gambia is a horizontal flag in blue, red and green. In the center is a white crescent surrounded by a star in gold. In the upper left quarter there is a stripe in black and white. This flag is a symbol of the country's unity and independence. It also represents the diversity of ethnic groups in The Gambia, as the three colors refer to the three largest ethnic groups in the country. The white crescent and the golden star symbolize Islam, the official religion of the country.