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A large blue triangle with a yellow sun fills the upper left side; then comes a stripe running diagonally, in red color - it is outlined in white; at the bottom right there is a green triangle.
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The flag of Namibia was introduced on March 21, 1990, when Namibia gained its independence from South Africa. It consists of two equal horizontal stripes in blue and red, framed by a white stripe at the top and bottom. The blue stripe symbolizes the sea and the sky, the red stripe represents the courage and strength of the Namibian people. The white stripe symbolizes peace and harmony.
The flag of Namibia was introduced on March 21, 1990, when the country gained its independence from South Africa. The flag is a combination of the colors blue, red, green and white, which refer to the groups of the country's four major ethnic groups. The flag was designed by then President Sam Nujoma to symbolize the unity of the country.
The national flag of Namibia consists of a blue background with a wide red stripe in the middle. In the center of the red stripe is a white triangle that extends to the top of the flag. The white triangle contains a green hexagon symbolizing the 12 golden stars of the country. The blue background represents the Atlantic Ocean and the red color symbolizes the people's resistance to oppression and colonialism. The white triangle represents peace and unity.