Flag of Uzbekistan

Flag Uzbekistan, Banner Uzbekistan
Aspect ratio:
1:2
Vexillological symbol:
National flag at sea, civil flag and service flag on land
Country:
Uzbekistan
Capital:
Tashkent
Size:
447.000 km²
Population:
26.410.416
Continent:
Asia
Languages:
Uzbek; Russian
Currency:
Uzbekistan Sum (UZS)
accepted at:
17.11.1991

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Three equal horizontal stripes (blue, white, green) separated by narrow red borders; in the blue area there is a white crescent moon and 12 small white five-pointed stars.

Meaning

Blue symbolizes the water and the sky, white symbolizes purity and peace; green symbolizes nature and fertility (but is also interpreted as a sign of Islam). Two thin red stripes cross the flag almost like veins under and above the white stripe. These stripes actually symbolize the lifeblood of the people, which intimately connects all symbolic areas. At the top left is a white crescent moon and twelve small stars. Although the crescent is considered a sign of Islam, but in this flag it symbolizes the rebirth of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The symbolism of the 12 stars is somewhat controversial. They symbolize either the 12 months of the calendar or/and the 12 provinces of Uzbekistan. Flag since Nov. 18, 1991.

Hymn

Composer: Mutal Burhanov Songwriter: Abdulla Aripov

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Uzbekistan

This is what an AI says about the Uzbek flag
The flag of Uzbekistan is a symbol of independence and national unity of the country. It was adopted on November 18, 1991 and is a combination of three panels representing three traditional colors of the country: Blue, White and Green. The flag has an emblem of the country in the center, which represents a mosque, a star and a palm branch.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Uzbek flag
The national flag of Uzbekistan was adopted on November 18, 1991 and consists of three horizontal stripes in blue, white and green. The blue stripe symbolizes the country's Turkic roots, the white stripe represents the peacefulness of the people, and the green stripe symbolizes hope for a better future. The middle white stripe also contains an emblem showing a star and a crescent moon.
This is how an AI describes the Uzbek flag
The national flag of Uzbekistan consists of three equal horizontal stripes in the colors blue, white and green. The upper stripe is blue, the middle stripe is white and the lower stripe is green. In the center of the flag there is a red-yellow-green emblem consisting of a crescent and a star. The crescent is red, the star is yellow and the two are surrounded by a green circle.

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