Flag of Seychelles

Flag Seychelles, Banner Seychelles
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Civil flag and official flag ashore, merchant and official flag at sea
Victoria on the main island Mahé
455 km²
English, French, Creole
Seychelles Rupee (SCR)
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Background knowledge

Five diagonal, non-parallel stripes (blue, yellow, red, white, green), the center of which is the lower end on the flagpole.

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Composer: David François Marc André, George Charles Robert Payet Songwriter: David François Marc André, George Charles Robert Payet

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Seychelles

This is what an AI says about the Seychelles flag
The Seychelles national flag was introduced in 1996. It represents the four historic colors of the island nation, symbolizing blue, yellow, red and green. The flag is a symbol of freedom and independence revered by the people of Seychelles.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Seychelles flag
The Seychelles national flag was officially adopted on June 18, 1996. It consists of three horizontal stripes of equal width in blue, white and red. The blue color symbolizes the ocean surrounding the islands, the white color represents the purity of Seychelles and the red color represents social justice. The flag is also known as "The Tri-Colour" and is a symbol of unity and national pride of Seychelles.
This is how an AI describes the Seychelles flag
The national flag of Seychelles consists of five stripes in the colors blue, white, red, yellow and green. The top stripe is blue, followed by a white stripe, then a red stripe, a yellow stripe and finally a green stripe. In the center of the flag is a light blue cross bearing the four stars of the flag. The stars represent the islands of Seychelles and symbolize the unity of the country.

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