World Flags > Flag of Marshall Islands
Flag of Marshall Islands
The Flag of the Marshall Islands was adopted in 1979
blue with two stripes radiating from the lower hoist-side corner - orange and white
blue with two stripes radiating from the lower hoist-side corner - orange (top) and white; a white star with four large rays and 20 small rays appears on the hoist side above the two stripes; blue represents the Pacific Ocean, the orange stripe signifies the Ralik Chain or sunset and courage, while the white stripe signifies the Ratak Chain or sunrise and peace; the star symbolizes the cross of Christianity, each of the 24 rays designates one of the electoral districts in the country and the four larger rays highlight the principal cultural centers of Majuro, Jaluit, Wotje, and Ebeye; the rising diagonal band can also be interpreted as representing the equator, with the star showing the archipelago\'s position just to the north
About Marshall Islands
The Marshall Islands flag is the flag of the country named Marshall Islands, officially the The Republic of the Marshall Islands, is a country in Oceania, with an area of 181.43 square kilometers and a population of around 58,413. Its gdp is $221.28 Millions(2018). The capital of Marshall Islands is Majuro, and the official currency is United States dollar(USD).
Large Country Flag