Flag of Haiti
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Two equal sized stripes (blue, red) with a square in the center containing the Haitian coat of arms; this shows a palm branch surrounded by flags and two cannons and the motto "l'union fait la force".
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That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Haiti
This is what an AI says about the Haitian flag
The flag of Haiti consists of two equal stripes, one blue on top and one red on the bottom. In the center is a white cross surrounded by a white star. The blue stripe symbolizes freedom, the red stripe symbolizes the blood sacrifices given during the war of independence and the cross represents the Christian religion. The star represents the hope for freedom and independence.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Haitian flag
The flag of Haiti was first officially adopted in 1804, after Haiti gained its independence from France. It consists of two horizontal stripes of equal width in blue and red and a white square in the center bearing the coat of arms of Haiti. The colors of the flag symbolize the blood sacrifices made by Haitians to gain their independence.
This is how an AI describes the Haitian flag
The national flag of Haiti is a blue flag with two red stripes and a white cross in the middle. The white cross represents the connection with France and the blue field symbolizes the freedom and independence of the country. The two red stripes represent the blood sacrifices made during the revolution.