Flag of Liberia

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Eleven horizontal stripes of equal size (red (top and bottom), white, arranged alternately); at the top left is a white five-pointed star on a blue surface; the design appears to borrow heavily from the design of the U.S. flag.


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That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Liberia

This is what an AI says about the Liberian flag
The national flag of Liberia was adopted on July 26, 1847. It is one of the oldest national flags in the world and was designed by American President James Monroe. The flag consists of 11 stripes, representing the eleven founding states of the country, and a black star and crescent symbolizing the freedom of the African people.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Liberian flag
The national flag of Liberia was adopted in 1847. It features a white, five-pointed constellation of stars on a blue background. The star symbolizes the freedom Liberia gained after its independence from Great Britain in 1847. The three stripes on the flag symbolize the support Liberia has received from its neighboring countries.
This is how an AI describes the Liberian flag
The national flag of Liberia consists of a dark blue background on which there are two red bands and a white band. On the white band there is a black unity star, symbolizing the independence of the country. The red ribbons represent the blood sacrifices made for the country's independence. The blue background is a symbol of freedom and hope.