Flag of Suriname
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Five horizontal stripes (green double height, white, red quadruple height, white, green double height; in the center is a large five-pointed yellow star.
Composer: Johannes Corstianus de Puy Songwriter: Cornelis Atses Hoekstra, Henry de Ziel
That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Suriname
This is what an AI says about the Surinamese flag
The national flag of Suriname consists of five stripes, which are red, green, white, blue and yellow. Each of the stripes symbolizes one of the five ethnic groups in the country. The red stripe represents the Indian population, the green stripe represents the African population, the white stripe represents the European population, the blue stripe represents the Jewish population and the yellow stripe represents the Chinese population. The flag was introduced in 1975 and represents the ethnic diversity of the country.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Surinamese flag
The national flag of Suriname was introduced on November 25, 1975. It consists of five vertical stripes that are green, white, red, white and blue. The flag represents the five main ethnic groups in Suriname, namely the Creoles, Maroons, Hindustans, Javanese and Chinese.
This is how an AI describes the Surinamese flag
The national flag of Suriname consists of a green background with a white triangle extending from the upper left edge to the lower right edge. Within the triangle are five yellow stars symbolizing a red band. The national flag of Suriname symbolizes the unity of the country's various ethnic groups and the freedom they enjoy. The five stars represent the five cultures that live together in Suriname: the Creoles, Marrons, Hindustans, Javanese and Chinese. The colors green, white and red symbolize nature, peace and the country's revolutionary past.