Flag of Kuwait

Flag Kuwait, Banner Kuwait
Aspect ratio:
1:2
Vexillological symbol:
National flag at sea, civil flag and service flag on land
Country:
Kuwait
Capital:
Kuwait City
Size:
17.818 km²
Population:
2.257.549
Continent:
Asia
Languages:
Arabic, lingua franca: English
Currency:
Kuwaiti dinar (KWD)

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Three equal horizontal stripes (green, white and red) with a black trapezoid on the side of the flagpole.

Meaning

The interpretation of the colors of this flag goes much further than simply noting the presence of the pan-Arab colors (green, white, red). The black trapezoid symbolizes victory over the enemy; green symbolizes growth and fertility; white symbolizes purity and honor; red symbolizes the blood of the enemy on the Kuwaiti saber.

Hymn

Composer: إبراهيم الصولة (Ibrahim Nasir Al-Soula) Songwriter: أحمد العدواني (Ahmad Mushari Al-Adwani)

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Kuwait

This is what an AI says about the Kuwaiti flag
The national flag of Kuwait was introduced on September 7, 1961 and is one of the oldest flags in the Arab world. It consists of three evenly spaced stripes representing black, white and green. The colors are a symbol of the country's history and culture.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Kuwaiti flag
The national flag of Kuwait was officially adopted in 1961. It consists of three horizontal stripes evenly divided into black, white and green. In the center of the white stripe is a red hexagon, which refers to the old coat of arms of Kuwait.
This is how an AI describes the Kuwaiti flag
The national flag of Kuwait consists of three evenly vertically arranged stripes in the colors green, white and red. The green stripe is on the left edge, followed by the white stripe and the red stripe on the right edge. In the center of the white stripe is a black hexagon containing a white bow design. The black hexagon is decorated with a red crescent and a five-pointed star. The crescent and star symbolize Islam, which is the state religion in Kuwait.

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