Flag of Sudan

Flag Sudan, Banner Sudan
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National flag on land and sea
2.505.805 km²
Arabic (mother tongue or lingua franca for about 70% of the population), in the south (decreasing) English as well as tribal languages (132 languages in total)
Sudanese dinar (SDD)
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Three equal horizontal stripes (red, white, black) with a green equilateral triangle on the side of the flagpole.


Composer: أحمد مرجان (Ahmad Murjan) Songwriter: أحمد محمد صالح (Sayed Ahmad Muhammad Salih)

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Sudan

This is what an AI says about the Sudanese flag
The flag of Sudan is a symbol of the country's unity and independence from Great Britain. It was introduced in 1970 and is a combination of the flags of Egypt and Sudan. It consists of three stripes of equal width in the colors black, red and white. The black represents Africa, the red represents blood and the white represents the hope for peace.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Sudanese flag
The flag of Sudan was unveiled on May 20, 1970. It consists of three horizontal stripes in red, white and black. The red stripe symbolizes the blood sacrifices given for Sudan's independence. The white stripe represents peace and the black color represents Africa.
This is how an AI describes the Sudanese flag
The national flag of Sudan consists of three evenly vertical stripes in red, white and black. The red stripe is on the left side of the flag, the white stripe in the middle and the black stripe on the right side. In the center of the white stripe is a green triangle representing a golden sun with three golden spears. These symbols represent the Islamic religion that is prevalent in Sudan.

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