Flag of Kyrgyzstan
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Red area with a golden yellow sun in the center, which has 40 rays; in the center of the sun is a red ring crossed by two times three lines each.
The 40 rays of the sun represent the 40 Kyrgyz heroes (or 40 tribes) once united by the legendary national hero Manas under his red flag. Red symbolizes bravery. In the center of the sun is a so-called tunduk, which is supposed to symbolize the roof of the Father's tent. The dome roof shows the wooden poles of a traditional steppe tent (yurt) of the nomadic tribes of the region.
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The flag of Kyrgyzstan was adopted on March 3, 1992 and is a symbol of the country's independence. It consists of three horizontal stripes representing the colors red, white and green. The upper red stripe symbolizes the past, the middle white stripe symbolizes the present and the lower green stripe symbolizes hope for a better future.
The flag of Kyrgyzstan was adopted on March 3, 1992, when the country declared its independence from the Soviet Union. It is a combination of the flags of the Mongolian and Turkic peoples and consists of three evenly spaced stripes of red, white and green. The flag has a central emblem that is a symbol of Kyrgyz culture and history.
The national flag of Kyrgyzstan is a rectangle that has a blue field with a yellow sun and crescent symbol in the upper left corner. In the lower right corner there is a red field with a black double eagle. The double eagle is a symbol of the country's unity. The flag is divided into four equal squares, each representing the traditional colors of Kyrgyzstan: Red, Black, Yellow and Blue.