Flag of São Tomé and Príncipe
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Three horizontal stripes (green, yellow in double height, green) with two five-pointed black stars placed side by side in the yellow area; on the side of the flagpole there is an equilateral red triangle.
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The national flag of São Tomé and Príncipe was introduced in 1975, when the islands gained their independence from Portugal. It consists of three evenly vertical stripes in the colors green, yellow and red. The green color symbolizes nature and the agricultural production of the islands, while yellow stands for the sun and red for the courage and struggle of the citizens.
The national flag of São Tomé and Príncipe was introduced in 1975, when the country gained its independence from Portugal. The flag consists of a green background on which three five-pointed golden stars are arranged. The green background symbolizes the hope for progress and the golden stars represent the three islands of the country.
The national flag of São Tomé and Príncipe consists of three vertical stripes of equal size in the colors green, red and yellow. The left stripe is green, the middle one is red and the right one is yellow. In the center of the red stripe is a white five-pointed star. The star is a symbol of the five islands of the country. The green stripe represents the country's hope for a better future, the red stripe represents the blood sacrifices of the revolution, and the yellow stripe represents the country's rich natural resources.