Flag of Swaziland

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17.364 km²
Siswati, English
Lilangeni (SZL)

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Three horizontal stripes (blue, red in triple height, blue); the red band is outlined in yellow; in the middle of the red band there is a black and white shield with two lying spears decorated with feathers.

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Swaziland

This is what an AI says about the Swazi flag
The national flag of Swaziland consists of a blue background with a white horizontal stripe framed by a red triangle on both sides. The colors of the flag represent freedom and the country's desire for independence. The horizontal stripe symbolizes the peaceful coexistence and unity of the different population groups. The flag was adopted as the official symbol of the country in 1968.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Swazi flag
The national flag of Swaziland was first used on September 6, 1968, when the country gained its independence from Great Britain. The flag consists of three horizontal stripes of blue, red and green represented by a white shield with a black sword. The sword symbolizes the warriors of the kingdom, while the colors blue, red and green refer to the cultures and traditions of the country.
This is how an AI describes the Swazi flag
The national flag of Swaziland consists of three horizontal stripes in the colors blue, white and red. The upper stripe is blue, the middle white and the lower red. In the center of the flag is a white cross, dividing the four corners of the cross into the four colors of the flag. On the upper left side of the flag there is a black shield symbolizing the traditional weapons of the country. The upper right part of the flag shows a sword, symbolizing the defense of the country.

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