Flag of Guyana (GIF)

The flag of Guyana, known as the Golden Arrowhead, consists of a green field with the black-edged red equilateral triangle based on the left side superimposed on the large white-edged yellow isosceles triangle. The colors in the flag are symbolic: red for enthusiasm and dynamism, black for endurance, white for water and rivers, yellow for mineral wealth, and green for agriculture and forests. The height-to-width ratio in the flag is 3:5, and the flag was adopted on May 26, 1966.

The shield on its coat of arms features a lily, Guyana's national flower, the Canje pheasant, its national bird, and three lines symbolizing the country's rivers. On top of the helmet on top of the shield, there is an Amerindian head-dress, symbolizing the indigenous people of the country, and two diamonds, symbolizing the country's mining, on the sides of this head-dress. The shield is supported on the sides by two jaguars holding a pickaxe, a sugarcane, and a stalk of rice, symbolizing the country's agriculture and mining.

The Guyana flag is waving on a flagpole rising from the world globe.
Guyana, officially the Guyana Co-operative Republic, is a sovereign state on the northern mainland of South America. Its capital is Georgetown, and its population is about 787,000.

The waving flag of Guyana with its coat of arms (unofficial)

Capital and largest city:Georgetown (pop. 235,000)
Other major cities:Linden (45,000)
New Amsterdam (35,000)
Official languages:English
Region:South America
Ethnic groups:39.8% Indian
29.3% African
19.9% Mixed
10.5% Indigenous Amerindian
0.5% Others
Religion:63% Christian
24.8% Hindu
6.8% Muslim
2.6% Other
3.1% None
Area:214,970 km²
(83,000 sq mi)
Currency:Guyanese dollar

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