Flag of Trinidad and Tobago (GIF)

The flag of Trinidad and Tobago consists of a red field with a diagonal black stripe with white narrow borders extending from the top left corner to the lower right corner. Red, black, and white colors symbolize fire (representing the sun and courage), earth (representing sacrifice), and water (representing purity and equality). The height-to-width ratio in the flag is 3:5, and the flag was adopted on August 31, 1962.

The shield on its coat of arms features the three ships of Christopher Columbus, and hummingbirds, which are common in Trinidad. The shield is supported by the national birds of Trinidad and Tobago, the Scarlet Ibis (left) and the Cocrico. Below the shield are three peaks representing the Trinity hills of Trinidad and an island representing Tobago.

The Trinidad and Tobago flag is waving on a flagpole rising from the world globe.
Trinidad and Tobago, officially known as the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, is a sovereign state consisting of two islands in the Caribbean. Its capital is Port of Spain and its population is about 1,359,000.

The waving flag of Trinidad and Tobago with its coat of arms (unofficial)

The coat of arms of Trinidad and Tobago on a waving white flag

The waving vertical flag of Trinidad and Tobago (Animated GIF)
Capital:Port of Spain (pop. 81,000)
Largest city:Chaguanas (101,000)
Official languages:English
Ethnic groups:37.6% Indian
36.3% African
24.4% Mixed
0.59% European
0.30% Chinese
0.08% Arab
0.06% Portuguese
0.67% Other
Religion:49.6% Christian
18.2% Hindu
5.7% Spiritual Baptist
5.0% Muslim
1.2% Bahรก'รญ
0.9% Orisha-Shango
0.3% Rastafarian
19.1% Other
Demonym:Trinidadians and Tobagonians
Area:5,131 km²
(1,981 sq mi)
Currency:Trinidad and Tobago dollar
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July 6, 2022 at 2:48 AM

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