Flag of Tuva (GIF)



The flag of Tuva (Tyva) (Russian: Флаг Тывы [Тува]) is a light blue field with a yellow triangle with a white border on the left. White symbolizes silver and virtue. Yellow triangles represent gold and Buddhism. Blue symbolizes the Tuvan sky as well as nomadic shepherd morality. The blue Y shape represents the confluence of the Bii-Khem and Kaa-Khem rivers at the Tuvan capital of Kyzyl. The height-to-width ratio in the flag is 2:3, and the flag was adopted on September 18, 1992.

Tuva, officially the Republic of Tyva, is a federal region of Russia. Its capital is Kyzyl; its population is approximately 307,930 (2010); and its area is 170,500 km².

Keywords: GIF (Russian: гиф)

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