Flag of Mozambique
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Three equal horizontal stripes (green, black, yellow) with a red equilateral triangle on the side of the flagpole; the black stripe is outlined in white; in the center of the triangle is a yellow five-pointed star and an open white book, an AK-47 Kalashnikov and a hoe.
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The flag of Mozambique is a symbol of the independence of the country. It was adopted on May 1, 1983, a day celebrated as Independence Day. The flag consists of three evenly divided stripes of green, black and red, also known as the Pan-African colors.
The national flag of Mozambique was introduced on May 1, 1983. It is a combination of the flags of the Front for the Liberation of Mozambique (FRELIMO) and the Renamo. The flag consists of three evenly spaced stripes in red, black and yellow. The center of the black stripe shows a golden coat of arms symbolizing a buffalo skin, a bow and a spear.
The national flag of Mozambique consists of three horizontal stripes in the colors green, black and red. The green stripe forms the upper part of the flag, followed by the black stripe in the middle and the red stripe at the bottom. In the center of the flag is a white crescent symbolized by a star with four points. The colors of the flag symbolize the struggles and sacrifices for the independence and peace of the country. The crescent and the star represent the socialist revolution in Mozambique.