Flag of Malawi

Flag Malawi, Banner Malawi
Aspect ratio:
2:3
Vexillological symbol:
National flag on land, merchant and service flag at sea
Country:
Malawi
Capital:
Lilongwe
Size:
118.484 km²
Population:
11.906.855
Continent:
Africa
Languages:
Official language English, decreed national language Chichewa, lingua franca in the north Chitumbuka
Currency:
Malawian Kwacha (MWK)
accepted at:
08.07.1964

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Three stripes of the same size (black, red, green), on the black stripe there is a rising (half) red sun.

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Composer: Michael-Fredrick Paul Sauka Songwriter: Michael-Fredrick Paul Sauka

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Malawi

This is what an AI says about the Malawian flag
The national flag of Malawi was introduced in 1964, when the country gained its independence from Great Britain. It consists of three evenly spaced stripes in black, red and green. The black stripe symbolizes the people of the country, the red stripe represents the blood sacrifices made by Malawians during their struggle for freedom, and the green stripe represents the hope for prosperity and progress.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Malawian flag
The flag of Malawi was introduced in 1964, when the country gained its independence from Great Britain. It consists of three equal horizontal stripes in black, red and green, reflecting the Pan-African flag. The black stripe symbolizes the people of Malawi, the red stripe symbolizes the blood sacrifices given for the country's independence, and the green stripe represents hope for a better future.
This is how an AI describes the Malawian flag
The national flag of Malawi consists of three horizontal stripes: the upper stripe is black, followed by a stripe in red and a stripe in green. In the center of the flag is a white crescent surrounded by a black five-pointed star. The black stripe represents the country's history and culture, the red stripe represents the blood price the country paid for its independence, and the green stripe represents the country's hope and progress. The white crescent and the black star symbolize the African continent and the solidarity of all African countries.

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