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Four equal horizontal stripes (red, blue, yellow, green).
Composer: Philippe Gentil Songwriter: Jean Georges Prosper
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This is what an AI says about the Mauritian flag
The national flag of Mauritius was introduced in 1968 and is a symbol of the country's independence. The flag consists of four squares in the colors red, blue, yellow and green, arranged on a white stripe. In the center there is a golden star symbolizing the unity of the island.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Mauritian flag
The national flag of Mauritius was introduced in 1968, when the country gained independence. It consists of four squares in the colors red, blue, yellow and green. The four squares symbolize the different ethnic groups in Mauritius working together to form a unity. The flag is also called "Four Bands" and is a symbol of the unity of the country.
This is how an AI describes the Mauritian flag
The national flag of Mauritius consists of four squares, each colored in red, blue, yellow and green. A white band is depicted in the center, connecting the four squares. On the left side of the white band is a red, five-pointed star. The flag symbolizes the common ideals of democracy, socialism and nationalism. It also represents the different ethnic groups living in Mauritius.