Flag of Nicaragua

Flag Nicaragua, Banner Nicaragua
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National flag on land and sea
130.700 km²
North America, Central America
Spanish, Creole (Caribbean English), Indio languages (Miskito, Sumu, Rama, Garífona)
Gold Cordoba (NIO)
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Three equal horizontal stripes (blue, white, blue) with the national emblem in the center of the white stripe; this shows a triangle containing a landscape enclosed by the words "Republica de Nicaragua" and "America Central" written in a circle.


Composer: traditionelle Melodie, angepasst von Luis Abraham Delgadillo Songwriter: Salomón Ibarra Mayorga

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Nicaragua

This is what an AI says about the Nicaraguan flag
The national flag of Nicaragua was adopted on August 27, 1971. It is a combination of the national colors blue, white and red. The flag symbolizes the unity of the country and the freedom it grants to its citizens.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Nicaraguan flag
The flag of Nicaragua was first adopted on September 28, 1908. It is a combination of the flags of Granada and Honduras, both of which have a blue triangle on the left side. The flag has three horizontal stripes in blue, white and red, referring to the three parties that achieved Nicaraguan independence.
This is how an AI describes the Nicaraguan flag
The national flag of Nicaragua consists of three horizontal stripes in blue, white and blue. The top and bottom stripes are both blue, while the middle stripe is white. In the center of the flag is a black emblem consisting of a sun with five rays irradiated, symbolizing the five departments of the country. The black circle in the center of the sun represents the unity of the nation.