Flag of Madagascar

Flag Madagascar, Banner Madagascar
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National flag at sea, service and war flag on land
587.041 km²
Malagasy, French
Madagascar Franc (MGF)
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Two stripes of the same size (red, green), on the side of the flagpole white area.


Composer: Norbert Raharisoa Songwriter: Pasteur Rahajason

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Madagascar

This is what an AI says about the Madagascar flag
The flag of Madagascar is a combination of the French flag and the malagasy flag. It consists of a white cross on a red background, symbolizing the four colors of the malagasy flag. The white cross is a symbol of French colonial rule. The flag was introduced on October 14, 1958 and is a symbol of the country's independence. It is also a symbol of unity and solidarity of all Malagasy.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Madagascar flag
The national flag of Madagascar was used for the first time in 1958. It is a combination of the colors red, white and green, which date back to the flag of the Kingdom of Madagascar in 1860. The flag is a symbol of the independence of Madagascar and the unity of the country.
This is how an AI describes the Madagascar flag
The national flag of Madagascar is a square consisting of two evenly divided stripes. The upper stripe is white and the lower stripe is red. In the center is a green symbol in the shape of a triangle, which contains a white five-pointed star symbol. This symbol represents the five regions of Madagascar.

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