Flag of Macedonia

Aspect ratio:
25.713 km²
Macedonian, Albanian, Turkish, Romani, Serbian, Vlachian
Macedonian denarius (MKD)
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That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Macedonia

This is what an AI says about the Macedonian flag
The flag of Macedonia is a symbol of national pride and patriotism. It was officially recognized as the national flag in 1995. It consists of a red base color, on which a golden sunbeam is divided into eight parts, ending in a golden ornamental circle.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Macedonian flag
The Macedonian national flag was introduced in 1945 as the official symbol of the Yugoslav Socialist Republic of Macedonia. It consisted of a red flag with a golden five-pointed star in the center. In 1992, the flag was changed to symbolize a symbol of independence. The flag now consists of a red background with a golden ratio of 1:2:1, on which there is a golden ratio of 8:5:8 lying sunbeam with eight golden prongs. The flag has been the official symbol of the country since then.
This is how an AI describes the Macedonian flag
The national flag of Macedonia is a horizontal triple band with three stripes of the same color. The upper stripe is red, the middle stripe is yellow and the lower stripe is red. In the center of the flag there is a white decorative element in the form of an octagonal star. The star is surrounded with eight white prongs that rotate in a circle. The star is decorated with a five-pointed yellow star in the center. The colors of the flag symbolize the sun, strength and resilience of the Macedonian people.

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