Flag of St. Lucia

Flag St. Lucia, Banner St. Lucia
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National flag on land and merchant flag on sea
Saint Lucia
616 km²
North America, Central America
English, as a colloquial language also Patois widespread
east caribbean dollar (XCD)
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Blue; in the center of the flag there is a black equilateral triangle, on which there is another triangle in golden color.


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That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of St. Lucia

This is what an AI says about the Lucian flag
The flag of Saint Lucia was officially introduced in 1979. The flag consists of a blue background with a white cross resting on a black triangle. The cross symbolizes the forty days Jesus spent in the desert, while the triangle represents the three districts of the country. The flag is a symbol of the country's independence and unity. It is also a symbol of the citizens' struggle for freedom and dignity.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Lucian flag
The national flag of Saint Lucia was adopted in 1959 when the island gained independence from Great Britain. The flag is a combination of the colors blue and yellow, which refer to the political parties of the island. The flag consists of a black cross divided into four equal sized squares, each with a color.
This is how an AI describes the Lucian flag
The national flag of Saint Lucia is blue, white and black. It has a blue field in the upper left corner containing a black cross. The cross is surrounded by a white circle with a golden sunburst running through it. In the center of the cross is a black triangle representing a golden gateway. In the lower right corner is a white field depicting a golden pelican with outstretched wings.