Flag of Solomon Islands (GIF)

The Solomon Islands flag consists of a yellow diagonal line that separates the blue top triangle from the green lower triangle, and there are five white stars in the upper left corner of the blue triangle. The blue color represents the Pacific Ocean. The color green refers to soil with trees and plants growing on it. The yellow color symbolizes the sun. The stars symbolize the provinces where the country was divided during the country's independence. The height-to-width ratio in the flag is 1:2, and the flag was adopted on November 18, 1977.

The shield in its coat of arms contains symbols representing different districts of the islands. At the top of the helmet at the top of the shield is a sun on a traditional boat. The shield is supported by two wild native animals, a saltwater crocodile and a shark.

The Solomon Islands flag is waving on a flagpole rising from the world globe.
The Solomon Islands is a sovereign country with more than 900 small islands and six large islands in Oceania. Its capital is Honiara, and its population is about 681,000.

The waving flag of the Solomon Islands with its coat of arms (unofficial)

Capital and largest city:Honiara (pop. 56,000)
Other major cities:Auki (7,000)
Gizo (6,000)
Official languages:English
Ethnic groups:94.5% Melanesian
3.0% Polynesian
1.2% Micronesian
1.1% Others
0.2% Unspecified
Religion:92% Christianity
5% Animism
3% Other
Demonym:Solomon Islander
Area:28,400 km²
(11,000 sq mi)
Currency:Solomon Islands dollar

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