Flag of Kazakhstan
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Sky blue background and a golden sun with 32 rays shining above a golden steppe eagle in the center of the flag; on the side of the flagpole is a national ornament in gold.
Blue symbolizes the endless sky under which the people of Kazakhstan unite in the spirit of peace, tranquility and health. Sovereignly hovers a golden steppe eagle (called Berkut) under a golden sun in the center of the flag. It symbolizes freedom, love and hoped-for prosperity of all aspirations of the people of Kazakhstan. On the left side of the flag there is (vertically arranged) a complex ornamental band (a design element which is also somewhat reminiscent of the flag of Turkmenistan).
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The flag of Kazakhstan consists of a golden sun sign on a blue background. The colors blue and gold symbolize the beauty of the country and its rich culture. The sun symbolizes hope and the desire for a better future for the country.
Kazakhstan adopted its first national flag in 1992. It is a combination of the country's traditional colors - blue, gold and red - and is called the "Sunny flag". It contains a symbol in the center representing a sun with 32 rays, which stand for the 32 provinces of the country.
The national flag of Kazakhstan consists of a blue background with a golden sunburst extending across the entire flag. The sun is surrounded by 32 golden stars representing the 32 provinces of the country. In the center of the flag is a red and gold stripe symbolizing Kazakh culture.