Flag of Venezuela (GIF)

The Venezuelan flag is composed of three horizontal yellow, blue, and red stripes with eight white stars lined up like a bow in the middle. The yellow color represents the richness of the country, the wealth of Venezuelan land, gold, sovereignty, harmony, justice, and agriculture, as well as the sun. The blue color represents the Caribbean Sea as well as the beaches of Venezuela. And the red color represents the spilled blood in the war of independence. The height-to-width ratio in the flag is 2:3, and the flag was adopted on March 12, 2006.

The shield in its coat of arms shows 24 wheat stalks, symbolizing the unity of the 24 states and the wealth of the nation, arms and flags tied with a laurel branch, symbolizing victory, and a freely running white horse, symbolizing independence and freedom. On the shield are two horns of fertility that scatter many fruits and herbs, and the shield is surrounded by olive and palm branches.

The Venezuela flag is waving on a flagpole rising from the world globe.
Venezuela, officially known as the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, is a federal republic on the north coast of South America. Its capital is Caracas, and its population is about 32,220,000.

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

The coat of arms of Venezuela on a waving white flag

The waving vertical flag of Venezuela (Animated GIF)
Capital and largest city:Caracas (pop. 5,298,000)
Other major cities:Maracaibo (2,451,000)
Valencia (2,044,000)
Official languages:Spanish
Region:South America
Ethnic groups:51.6% Mestizo
43.6% European
3.6% African
1.2% Amerindians and Others
Religion:71% Catholic
17% Protestant
8% Irreligious
3% Other religion
1% No answer
Area:916,445 km²
(353,841 sq mi)
Currency:Petro, BolĂ­var Soberano

Keywords: Flag and coat of arms of Venezuela (Spanish: Bandera y escudo de armas de Venezuela), GIF

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