Flag of Niger

Flag Niger, Banner Niger
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National flag on land
1.267.000 km²
Official language French, most important languages Haussa, Djerma, Tamaschek (Tuareg)
Communaute Financiere Africaine Franc (XOF)
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Three equal horizontal stripes (orange, white, green) with an orange disk representing the sun in the middle of the white stripe.


Composer: Robert Jacquet, Nicolas Abel François Frionnet Songwriter: Maurice Albert Thiriet

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Niger

This is what an AI says about the Nigerian flag
The flag of Niger consists of three evenly horizontal stripes in the colors orange, white and green. On the white stripe there is an orange eagle symbol. The colors of the flag symbolize sun, peace and hope. The eagle symbol represents the unity of the country.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Nigerian flag
The first flag of Nigeria was introduced in 1960, when the country gained its independence from France. It consisted of three horizontal stripes in green, yellow and red. The flag remained unchanged until 1963, when a white crescent and a star were added to emphasize the Islamic character of the country. In 1991, a new flag was introduced that kept the original colors but removed the symbol of the crescent and star.
This is how an AI describes the Nigerian flag
The national flag of Niger is a triangle composed of three equal horizontal stripes. The upper stripe is orange, the middle stripe is white and the lower stripe is green. In the center of the flag is a golden sun star. The colors of the flag represent the sun, hope and blood loss of the fallen soldiers.