Flag of Guyana
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Green, with a red equilateral triangle (on the side of the flagpole) attached to a long yellow arrow-shaped triangle; there is a narrow black line between the triangles and a narrow white line between the yellow and green of the flag.
Composer: Robert Cyril Gladstone Potter Songwriter: Archibald Leonard Luker
That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Guyana
This is what an AI says about the Guyan flag
The flag of Guyana is a symbol of the unity of the country and represents the cultures of the different ethnic groups of the country. The flag consists of a yellow triangle standing on a green field, and within it are a black coat of arms, a white arrow, and four gold stars. The four stars represent the four major ethnic groups of the country, namely the Afro-Guyanese, the Indian-Guyanese, the Chinese-Guyanese and the Portuguese-Guyanese.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Guyan flag
The national flag of Guyana was adopted on May 20, 1966, when the country gained its independence from Great Britain. The flag consists of a green-yellow-red stripe pattern, which is a symbol of the country's social and ethnic groups. The golden arrow in the center of the flag represents the direction the country should take.
This is how an AI describes the Guyan flag
The national flag of Guyana consists of a green field with a wide white crossbar in the center. On the white crossbar there are four five-pointed golden stars, which remind of the four traditional ethnic groups of the country. The upper part of the crossbar is colored red, representing the courage and bravery of Guyanese. At the bottom of the crossbar is a black triangle, representing the country's many minerals and natural resources.