Flag of Palau

Flag Palau, Banner Palau
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National flag on land and sea
491 km²
Australia and Oceania
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Composer: Ymesei O. Ezekiel Songwriter: diverse

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Palau

This is what an AI says about the Palauan flag
The flag of Palau is a symbol of the country's independence. It was introduced on January 1, 1981 and represents the cooperation and unity of the people. The flag consists of a white circle in the center, which represents the unity and oneness of Palauans.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Palauan flag
The national flag of Palau was introduced on January 1, 1981, when Palau gained its independence from the USA. It consists of a blue background, representing the sea, and an orange stripe, representing the sun and the courage of the Palauans. The white crescent symbolizes the connection of the people to their culture and faith.
This is how an AI describes the Palauan flag
The national flag of Palau is a rectangular banner consisting of a blue background and a white circle in the center. The circle is divided into 16 equal segments, each segment having a different color. The colors are: Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Pink, Purple, Orange, Brown, Black, Gray, White, Gold, Silver, Light Blue, Dark Blue and Light Green. The circle is surrounded by a white band containing the words "Belau" and "Palau", both written in gold color. At the top of the flag is a light blue star. This represents the eight islands and three atolls that make up Palau.

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