Flag of Tanzania
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Diagonally from a black stripe outlined in yellow (from lower left to upper right); the upper triangle is green, the lower blue.
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The flag of Tanzania is a symbol of the unity of the country. The flag has three horizontal stripes in black, green and yellow. The yellow stripe at the top symbolizes the country's resources and the hope for a happy future. The green stripe in the middle represents the country's agriculture and nature. The black stripe at the bottom symbolizes the African population.
The flag of Tanzania was introduced on November 30, 1964 after independence from Great Britain. It consists of four diagonal, evenly spaced stripes in black, yellow, green and blue. Each stripe represents one of the four elements: earth, sun, water and air. The black stripe symbolizes the Tanzanian people, the yellow stripe represents the country's natural resources, the green stripe represents nature, and the blue stripe represents the sea.
The national flag of Tanzania is a vertical tricolor of three stripes of equal width. The top stripe is green, the middle stripe is black and the bottom stripe is yellow. In the center of the flag is a blue triangle with a white star in it. The green stripe represents agriculture and nature, the black stripe symbolizes the African population and the yellow stripe represents the country's minerals and resources. The white star stands for the unity of the country.