Flag of Senegal
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Three equal vertical stripes (green, yellow, red) with a small five-pointed green star in the middle of the yellow stripe; the popular pan-African colors of Ethiopia are used.
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The flag of Senegal was introduced in 1960, when the country gained its independence from France. It is a symbol of the unity of the country and represents the colors of the party that achieved independence. The flag is a symbol of national pride and unity of the Senegalese people.
Senegal adopted its national flag in 1960 after gaining independence from France. The flag is a green-yellow-red tricolor, reminiscent of the French tricolor. The green color represents the Islamic religion, the yellow color represents the sun, and the red color represents the unity and blood sacrifice of the citizens who fought for the country's independence.
The national flag of Senegal consists of three horizontal stripes in the colors green, yellow and red. The upper stripe is green, the middle yellow and the lower red. In the center of the flag is a black five-pointed star banner. The star symbolizes the unity of the different ethnic groups of the country. The green stripe represents nature and the hope for growth, the yellow stripe represents the sun and the fertility of the country and the red stripe represents the unity and courage of the people.