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Three equal horizontal stripes (blue, white, blue); in the white stripe are five five-pointed blue stars arranged in an x-shape; the stars represent the former five Central American states of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.
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The flag of Honduras was adopted on August 26, 1866 and is the oldest flag in Central America. It consists of three evenly divided stripes in blue, white and blue, with the white band connecting the other two. In the center is the country's coat of arms, which is a crest in the shape of a blue shield with five golden stars. The upper star symbolizes the five states of the country and the four lower stars represent the four departments.
The national flag of Honduras was officially adopted on March 18, 1866. It consists of three stripes of equal width in blue, white and blue, connected by a red cross. The cross represents the unity of the nation and is considered a symbol of freedom and independence.
The national flag of Honduras is a blue-white-blue triangle. In the center of the flag is a white band containing a red five-pointed star banner. The upper blue band is studded with five white five-pointed stars. The white band symbolizes the unity of the country and the red star represents the independence of Honduras. The upper blue stripe symbolizes the blue Caribbean and the five white stars represent the five states of the country.