Flag of Trinidad and Tobago

Flag Trinidad and Tobago, Banner Trinidad and Tobago
Aspect ratio:
3:5
Vexillological symbol:
National flag on land
Country:
Trinidad and Tobago
Capital:
Port of Spain
Size:
5.128 km²
Population:
1.096.585
Continent:
North America, Central America
Languages:
English
Currency:
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar (TTD)
accepted at:
30.08.1962
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Red with a diagonal black stripe outlined in white from top left to bottom right.

Hymn

Composer: Patrick Stanislaus Castagne Songwriter: Patrick Stanislaus Castagne

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Trinidad and Tobago

This is what an AI says about the Trinidad and Tobago flag
The flag of Trinidad and Tobago was introduced on August 31, 1962. It symbolizes the unity of the two islands and consists of a black-white-red striped field on which there is a red-white-red striped triangle. In the center of the triangle is a five-pointed white star, representing the five islands of the state.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Trinidad and Tobago flag
The national flag of Trinidad and Tobago was adopted on August 31, 1962, when the islands gained their independence from Great Britain. The flag consists of a black stripe divided by a white triangle. The upper part of the triangle is red and the lower part is striped red and white. The flag symbolizes the cooperation between the two islands, with the black stripe representing the African roots of the population, the red color representing the sun and the white triangle representing the same hope for a common future.
This is how an AI describes the Trinidad and Tobago flag
The national flag of Trinidad and Tobago consists of a black crossbar that extends over the entire flag cloth. The upper part of the flag is red and the lower part is white. In the center is a golden arrow representing the country's coat of arms. The arrow is surrounded by two black curved arcs representing the two islands. On the upper right edge there is a white star, which stands for the constitution and the independence of the country.