Flag of Moldova

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Chisinau (pronounced: Kishinev)
33.700 km²
Moldovan (Romanian); Russian is widely spoken as a lingua franca; Gagauz (Turkic) is also spoken in Gagauzia in the south of the country
Moldovan Leu (MDL)
Text courtesy of Flaggenlexikon.de

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This is what an AI says about the Moldavian flag
The national flag of Moldova was introduced in 1990 and consists of three equal horizontal stripes in red, blue and yellow. The colors represent the brotherhood of Moldovans, their independence and the will for unity. The design of the flag was chosen in a national competition and is a symbol of national identity and patriotism.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Moldavian flag
Moldova had a flag, which was first introduced on April 27, 1990. It is a combination of blue, red and yellow colors based on the colors of the flag banner of the Russian Soviet Republic. The flag of Moldova was modified in 2010 when the country's coat of arms was added.
This is how an AI describes the Moldavian flag
The national flag of Moldova is blue, red and yellow. It consists of three horizontal stripes of equal size, the upper stripe is blue, the middle stripe is red and the lower stripe is yellow. In the center of the flag there is a white coat of arms, which shows an eagle with a golden cross on its chest.

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