Flag of Mauritania

Flag Mauritania, Banner Mauritania
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National flag on land and sea
1.030.000 km²
Official language is Arabic, national languages are Arabic, Pular, Soninké and Wollof. French largely working language
Ouguiya (MRO)
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Green, with a yellow five-pointed star above a crescent moon, also yellow, open at the top.


Composer: Rajih Sami Daoud Songwriter: unbekannt

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Mauritania

This is what an AI says about the Mauritanian flag
The flag of Mauritania was introduced on April 4, 1959 and is the only flag in the world that contains a symbol of Islam. The flag consists of three evenly divided stripes in green, yellow and red. The colors are symbolic of Mauritania's history based on African culture and the Islamic faith. The white crescent and the white stars, which can be seen in the center of the flag, symbolize the Islamic faith.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Mauritanian flag
The national flag of Mauritania was adopted on April 4, 1959. It consists of three evenly vertical stripes in the colors green, gold and red. The flag symbolizes the link between Mauritania and its Arab and Islamic identity. The green stripe represents Islam, the gold stripe symbolizes the sun and the red stripe represents the revolution and the struggle for independence.
This is how an AI describes the Mauritanian flag
The national flag of Mauritania is a tri-color banner. The top half is green, the bottom half is orange, and in the center is a white star with a crescent moon. The crescent and star symbolize Islam, which is the predominant religion in Mauritania. The green color represents the hope for unity and progress, while the orange color symbolizes the unity of the country and its determination.

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