Flag of Paraguay
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Three equal horizontal stripes (red, white, blue) with an emblem on the white face; unusually, the two sides of the flag have different emblems; one side shows the national emblem, a yellow five-pointed star in a green wreath and the words "Republica del Paraguay", all within two circles; the reverse side shows the symbol of the fiscal authorities, a yellow lion with the inscription "Paz y Justicia" and "Republica del Paraguay", all within two circles.
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The flag of Paraguay is official since 1842. It consists of three evenly vertical stripes in red, white and blue. The red stripe represents the bravery and blood spilled during the war. The white stripe symbolizes the peacefulness of the country and the blue stripe represents the loyalty of the inhabitants. The flag also contains an emblem in the center, which includes a star and a coat of arms.
The national flag of Paraguay was first used on November 25, 1842. It consists of three evenly divided stripes in the colors blue, white and red. The blue color symbolizes the independence of Paraguay, the white color represents the peacefulness of the country and the red color symbolizes the blood that was shed for the independence of the country.
The national flag of Paraguay consists of three horizontal stripes in blue, white and red. The top and bottom stripes are both blue and the middle stripe is white. In the center is a red emblem representing the Star of the Constitution. The star is surrounded by a green band, which is a symbol of independence from Spain.