Flag of Guinea

Flag of Guinea

The flag of Guinea consists of three vertical stripes of equal width. From left to right, the colors are red, yellow, and green. Each color has a specific representation: the red stands for the people's sacrifice for independence, the yellow symbolizes the sun and the country's mineral wealth, and the green signifies the country's lush vegetation and hope for a prosperous future. This flag, along with many other African nations, is influenced by the Pan-African colors advocated by Marcus Garvey, a prominent Black nationalist leader from Jamaica.

Colors: Red Green Yellow

Layout: Vertical stripes Three vertical stripes Vertical stripes in three colors Triband Tricolour

Attributes: Country

Continent: Africa

Capital: Conakry

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