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Three equal vertical stripes (light blue, white, light blue) with the national coat of arms in the center of the flag; the national coat of arms includes a green and red national bird and the inscription "Libertad 15 de septiembre de 1821"; in addition, two crossed rifles and swords framed by a wreath.
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The flag of Guatemala consists of three evenly divided stripes in the colors blue, white and blue. The upper and lower stripes are equal and blue, while the middle stripe is white. In the center of the flag is an emblem consisting of a coat of arms showing an eagle on a cactus surrounded by a chain. The flag is a symbol of independence and unity of the country.
The Guatemalan national flag is a combination of a white and blue square arranged on a red field. The white square represents freedom, the blue square represents independence and the red field symbolizes the blood of the heroes who fought for Guatemalan independence. The flag was first introduced in 1871 and has been modified several times since then.
The national flag of Guatemala consists of two horizontal stripes in the colors blue and white. The upper stripe is blue and the lower stripe is white. In the center is a coat of arms showing an eagle on a cactus lemon. The eagle holds a ribbon in the colors blue, white and red in its talons.